The consumer love affair with athleisure sealed the fortunes of Lululemon, Sweaty Betty and other gym-to-street brands, but no doubt caused significant hand-wringing at companies like True Religion and Lee Jeans.
However, there are indications that people now have enough leggings and track pants in their closet and have finally started to restock their denim wardrobes again.
Read more at Rivet.
Retail sales growth picked up in July compared to recent months, helped by strength in e-commerce and by a slight recovery in department store sales.Read more
Retail giant Amazon rolls out a new way for shoppers to get instant gratification from their online orders and tangles with Trump over state sales taxes.Read more
Now that NAFTA negotiations have officially started, it looks like the trade deal may come far from the one we've known for the last 23 years.Read more
The seven variables that allow apparel businesses to balance performance and vulnerabilities by effectively identifying, assessing, mitigating and managing their supply chains.Read more
Consumers are starting to reward Target for its work to transform its product, customer experience and fulfillment offerings.Read more
Consumer interest in brick and mortar shopping seems to be picking up, or at least declining at a slower rate, according to the most recent store foot traffic data released by analytics firm Retail Next. It may be a glimmer of hope for physical retailers amid the……...Read more