Back for its second holiday season, Flying Solo is a massive retail collective in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood.
Holiday shoppers will be headed out to the malls and Main Street this year. They might also be shopping online, but the foot traffic is music to most retailers’ ears. According to a study by Natural Insight, 87% of shoppers are planning to hit the road and shop. That number is …
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 Sundance Catalog has been expanding its brick-and-mortar presence in recent years.
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.
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can be required to collect sales tax the same as local stores, saying the court’s landmark 1992 ruling on the issue is out of date and that collection is no longer the burden it might once have been.
The National Retail Federation praised today’s passage of the final version of a fiscal year 2018 budget resolution, which sets the stage for the introduction of a tax reform bill as early as next week.
If you thought brick-and-mortar was on its way out, think again.
The market is cementing its status as a food and retail epicenter, an ethos that MOSCOT Chief Design Officer and VP Zack Moscot says is right in line with the brand.
It’s not every day that you come across someone with one of the hottest vineyards in the Hamptons, a hip handbag line and multi-brand retail store. But for Joey Wölffer, owner of Wölffer Estates Vineyard in Sagaponack and her eponymous store in Sag Harbor, it’s all par for the course.
As fashion continues to navigate through a retail shakeout of the ages, experts are pretty much unanimous on one thing: The key to combating Amazon is experiential retail.
The National Retail Federation urged the House to approve the fiscal year 2018 budget resolution that is scheduled for a vote today, a move that would allow Congress to begin work on the nation’s first comprehensive tax reform in three decades.
After the overwhelming success of its “90s Forever” vintage pop-up this past May, NYC retailer Spark Pretty announces its first permanent brick-and-mortar location in the East Village. Celebrating its grand opening tonight, the store is a visual celebration of the neighborhood’s rock n’ roll history.
The National Retail Federation today told Congress that lawmakers need to lower the nation’s corporate tax rate in order to remain competitive in the global economy and to keep high taxes from hampering job creation.
We caught up with Berenik designer Veronica Brusa to chat about her SS18 collection and new immersive retail location.
Nordstrom Local, the retailer’s new concept, takes a gamble with services and comforts instead of actual merchandise.
How three business are continuing to aid in Hurricane Harvey relief.
Ten years ago, Gilt pioneered the concept of the flash sale. Today, a newly redesigned site expands beyond that formula.
For each company closing a store, 2.7 companies are opening stores.
Florida Gulfcoast Commercial Association of Realtors President Brian Andrus on why, despite reports to the contrary, the U.S. retail industry is alive and well and steadily growing.