Ralph Lauren Is the Latest to Offer Clothing Rentals
The company is working with CaaStle, a service that allows retailers to offer what it calls clothing as a service, to manage the subscription model.
Payless Lifts the Curtain on Its US Comeback
Payless has an ambitious plan to open 300 to 500 stores over the next five years.
Profiles in Black Creativity: Winston Peters Creates Milestone Event for Kings Theatre
Pyer Moss hosted one of Fashion Week's best shows.
For His Encore, Jet.com Co-Founder Nate Faust Aims to Make Delivery Sustainable
Faust's new startup Olive is an ecommerce platform with hundreds of brands.
Will Brands Start Monetizing Their Social Media Content?
Rebecca Minkoff's debut on OnlyFans during New York Fashion Week raises the prospect of subscription marketing.
Issa Rae Asks, ‘What Are You Made Of?’ in Madewell’s Latest Campaign
The clothing brand's spring collection prioritizes authenticity.
Men’s Wearhouse Gets a High-Tech Upgrade in 3 Next-Gen Stores
The reimagined physical spaces include a digital shirt finder.
Real-Life Couples Reconnect in Diesel’s Covid-Era Campaign
The 40-year-old brand has a history of taboo-busting, politically-minded marketing with heavy social justice themes and imperfectly beautiful imagery.
The Privé Porter Customer Won’t ‘Grovel’ to Hermès Anymore
The Miami upstart does a thriving business in Birkin and Kelly bags, the impossible dream of luxury retail.
Neiman Marcus’ Digital Transformation Enters New Phase: Omnichannel Retail
The luxury department store is taking a page out of big box stores' playbook.
This Apparel Brand Offers Discounts In Exchange For Turning In Used Clothing
Textile waste is a big problem in the United States. The EPA estimates that clothing and other textiles make up 5% of landfill waste—a percentage that makes sense when you [...]
Adidas Just Used WhatsApp to Create the Most Star-Studded Ad of the Socially Distant Era
Soccer's biggest names and rising stars launch an epic group chat for the brand's new Predator Freak.
Bombas Adds Underwear Line With Ambitions to be a Multi-Product Brand
The intent was to solve a pressing problem by creating a sustainable business, no matter if that resulted in a company with $20 million in sales or $200 million in [...]
Retail M&A Grew in 2020, With More Deals Expected in 2021
Total value of 2020 deals outstripped 2019, and there's plenty of liquidity among major players.
Jenna Lyons Starts Her Post-J.Crew Chapter With an HBO Max Show and Beauty Brand
The former creative director was synonymous with the retailer, but now she's charting her own course.