More brands are leaning into maximalist retail design in a quest for differentiation and social media-friendly interiors.
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Labels that used to be available only at the local mall are changing their distribution models in order to build a direct, and hopefully more profitable, relationship with the consumer. But it's a tricky move to pull off.
The days when offering a yoga class made a store stand out are long gone. Retailers such as Goop and Bandier are mixing apparel, beauty, food and experiences to pitch themselves to the wellness crowd.
At a time when the lifecycle of a brand can be short as an Instagram Story, the New York-based label is building a sustainable business.
Start-ups and pop-ups are filling storefronts abandoned by struggling chains, taking advantage of plunging rents and landlords desperate to fill long-vacant spaces.
BoF editor-in-chief Imran Amed recaps the week in the business of fashion.
After four years of steady but slow growth, the sisters-in-law behind New York label Veronica Beard swallowed their pride — and lowered their price points — to reach the customers they were after.