“The traditional division between online and in-store retailing continues to shift and blur.”
The renovation hell story heard around the fashion retail world
Christmas just came early!
Is your store serving the growing trend for Halloween fun?
Fostering a culture of innovation
Fifth Avenue loses yet another iconic retail flagship
“We have found more success in our real estate projects when we add more surprises — brands shoppers can’t find anywhere else.”
Households are planning to spend more than double in-store compared to online.
“We are a technology company at our core.”
Kendra Scott will #PaintNYYellow throughout September and October, bringing bursts of yellow to unexpected areas of NYC in celebration of the new store.
Rising confidence and consumption supported by tax cuts and savings
“We think there are more ways to serve customers on their terms.”
Tax breaks and a strong labor market boost confidence and shopping
A sad day for Manhattan retail
Think pink and pump up the play factor
“These are solid figures, particularly given the upward revision to March.”
“For Zara, Experiences have replaced Product; Exchange is its Price; Evangelism is how it Promotes and Everyplace is where it’s at.”
The holidays may be over but post-holiday gifts are keeping cash registers ringing. Smart retailers are doing what they can to capture these consumers, often mixing in full-priced merchandise to reap even larger benefits.
The watch industry is challenged to remain relevant as nearly a third of consumers go watch-less, grappling for the dollars of Millennials, who are not daily watch wearers.
In a new survey, Gordon Haskett analyst Chuck Grom dives into consumer spending habits for July 2017. His report reveals that Amazon owns the majority of online traffic (13.7% more purchases than all other e-commerce retailers combined), however in the fashion space, in-store remains relevant and social media plays a …