Back for its second holiday season, Flying Solo is a massive retail collective in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood.
Going to Bali this winter break? Us neither *sigh* but that won’t stop us from searching website Agabhumi for the latest accessories and fashion items from Balinese artisans. Agabhumi (meaning “ancient firmament”) is a slice of “heaven on Earth,” offering jewelry, apparel and accessories imbued in the mystical culture of …
Accessories Magazine just got a SS18 preview of Club Monaco ready-to-wear and accessories. This is the second collection for Steven Cateron, Head of Design for Women’s and Men’s. Previously, he was just head of Men’s. Below, a quick look at the influences, the apparel and the accessories that will hit …
The online marketplace is a curated shop for small artisan brands in the design, food, beauty and accessories categories that aims to marry content and commerce.
Here’s some welcome good news: Retail sales in October increased 0.1% over September on a seasonally adjusted basis and were up 4.3% year-over-year unadjusted, according to calculations released today by the National Retail Federation.
An unlikely pair, to say the least, Lord & Taylor has teamed up with Walmart to launch an e-commerce “flagship” on walmart.com, which will debut in spring 2018. The move is a strike back against Amazon’s recent strides in luxury fashion.
The usually bleak retail headlines seemed to take a turn this holiday season, reporting months of record-setting volume as retailers stocked up for what is projected to be a busy holiday season.
It was a tumultuous fall, with natural disasters and hurricanes across the U.S. that hit sales hard on an already-struggling category. Macy’s and Kohl’s both saw steep declines, and Nordstrom shares took a hit as sales stalled in its growth engine, Nordstrom Rack.
Every 10 weeks this hip concept shop rolls out a series 10 categories with 10 items each, donating 10% of the profits to a good cause.
Shot in Los Angeles and directed by Warren Fu, the short film follows model Selena Sloan as she’s transported into a 24-hour party—bursting with color, games and the spirit of the holidays.
Earlier this month, Zappos formally introduced its longstanding charitable arm as “Zappos for Good,” fostering the e-tailer’s community-centric efforts.
Last week, ASICSTIGER (athletic footwear brand ASICS’ street-inspired lifestyle offshoot) opened its first concept store in the U.S. in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood. The retailer celebrated the opening with Toyko-based artist Sneakerwolf and a performance by Sosupersam over sushi and other Japanese appetizers provided by TIC Restaurant Group.
Debuting today, a new resale concept is looking to shake up the luxury handbag market. Meet Rebag: an online outlet that rethinks the consignment business.
How one digital retailer hit the streets to create a physical-meets-digital ad campaign.
Yesterday, the National Retail Federation filed a brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to take up a South Dakota case on whether online sellers can be required to collect sales tax the same as local stores, saying the court’s landmark 1992 ruling on the issue is out of date and that collection is no longer the burden it might once have been.
Shot by film director and fashion photographer Danielle Levitt, the campaign (debuting today in the U.S. and Canada) highlights the special relationship customers share with the company and with each other, depicting their stories through a larger-than-life video holiday card.
E-commerce platform BigCommerce just released a new set of survey results on merchants’ holiday forecasting, strategies and lessons learned from previous years.
During a bleak news week for retail, Nordstrom is stepping forward as a welcome bright spot. In anticipation of a strong holiday season, the retailer is aiming to fill approximately 13,650 positions before the holidays.
It’s the end of an era.
Over the weekend, Alex and Ani hosted a “Mystic Mobile,” pop-up in NYC built out of a renovated Airstream trailer into a one-of-a-kind wellness experience on wheels.