Called the Organic Valley Coffee Shop, this unique pop-up store opened in Manhattan a few weeks ago to lines a dozen deep.
Welcome to Swipe, our roundup of must-have items curated by the Adweek staff. This week, we're putting the focus on an iPhone case that'll make your Instagrams look like professional […]
Four out of the 10 best-in-category branded Instagram videos from Jan. 12 through Jan. 18 didn't include sound.
Britain's Ad Standards Authority has delivered the first body-image smackdown to an advertiser in 2015 by banning an Urban Outfitters photo of a model whose thigh gap looked too wide.
Fueled by new ad formats and acquisitions from Facebook, Twitter and brands, mobile marketing finally began to step up to its potential this year. From messaging and video to ultra-targeted ads and simplified shopping, smartphones and tablets became a major focus for most digital brands players in 2014.
Urban Outfitters has suffered yet another disappointing financial season. The namesake brand reported its sales fell 7 percent in the third quarter.
The data points around mobile are simply relentless, and here's the latest stat from Adobe: Smartphones and tablets will account for $1.6 billion in sales on Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined.
Once the hip place for college kids to load up on ironic T-shirts and random tchotchkes, Urban Outfitters is now trying to get some of
PopSugar, the leading indie women's lifestyle publisher, knows a ton about millennial women, and it’s now layering its data atop its shopping-based ShopStyle network to create Fave, a social commerce app set to launch in early November.