Can you hear that? It’s the jingle of sleigh bells and cash registers.
Back for its second holiday season, Flying Solo is a massive retail collective in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood.
Personal Finance Website WalletHub conducted a national survey asking consumers what they are planning to buy this holiday season, how much they will spend, how they’re going to pay and more. The results provide some key insights retailers can tap into to maximize profits this season.
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.
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.
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.
According to NPD’s 2017 Holiday Purchase Intentions Survey, this will be the first season when more consumers will start shopping in the middle of the season (Thanksgiving weekend through Cyber Monday) than will start late in the season (i.e. early December).
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.
All signs point to a very merry holiday season this year. Today, the National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates released its monthly Global Port Tracker, revealing record imports as retailers prepare for a busy end of year.
One bright spot: Christmas falls 32 days after Thanksgiving this year, one day more than last year, and is on a Monday instead of Sunday, giving consumers an extra weekend day to complete their shopping.
The holiday countdown is soon to be upon us, and retailers better pay close attention to the nuances of the 2017 calendar.
Salesforce anticipates that Black Friday will be the busiest digital shopping day in U.S. history, exceeding Cyber Monday as the U.S. digital shopping day with the most sales for the second year in a row.
Ready to spread some cheer? Introducing the 2017 Holiday Gift Guide, full of happy additions for retailers and consumers alike that warm, adorn and sparkle.
It’s 90 degrees and sweltering in New York City, so that can only mean one thing: Xmas in July! This month kicks off a bunch of retailer previews featuring upcoming holiday trends, exclusive collections, designer collaborations and holiday spirit! Today, walk with us through Macy’s holiday offerings, held at its …
It might’ve been 70 degrees and sunny in New York during the Accessories Council recent Holiday Preview, but inside it was full-on winter. A walk-through of participating brands revealed everything from the edible to the the elegant and everything in between. A few of our favorite picks to get us into …
Accessories Magazine is spreading some Pre-Holiday cheer with our annual Holiday Gift Guide which showcases the latest and greatest gifting themes and items for retailers and consumers! From gifts for the Trendsetter to Gen Z, it’s all here!
For the second year in a row, Easter spending is on the upswing. After a steady rise from 2009 to 2013 then a dip in 2014, spending on the holiday is expected to hit an all-time high of $17.3 billion this year according to the National Retail Federation’s annual Easter …
Menomonee Falls, WI–Kohl’s Corp. today saw its shares take a beating after the department store released preliminary fourth quarter results consisting of a lower earnings forecast after sales failed to meet expectations during the holiday quarter. Kohl’s comparable store sales edged up 0.4%, missing the 0.8% increase that Retail Metrics …
New York–Ralph Lauren Corp. today reported a bigger-than-expected declines in holiday quarter sales, hurt by warm weather and fewer tourists. For the three months ended Dec. 26, the company posted net income down 40% to $131 million, or $1.54a share, in its third quarter. Excluding items, the company earned $2.27 …