Apparel

Walmart agreed to acquire online apparel brand Bonobos for $310 million, adding to a list of digital acquisitions of companies that don’t necessarily align with the retail giant’s core customer base.
6/16/2017by Monica Melton
Inventory is a high-stakes game in the retail industry, especially for the fashion sector, with $200 billion or more in lost sales due to overstock or out-of-stock product, by some estimates. Inventory marketplace Inturn sees that as an opportunity.
6/16/2017by Andria Cheng
Six countries will account for roughly two-thirds of total world growth in apparel sales through 2019, and a handful of key cities will make up a significant portion. In China, six cities are expected to capture nearly one-fifth of the country's apparel sales growth through 2019.
6/7/2017by eMarketer Editors
Express joined the cavalcade of apparel retailers posting sales declines, reporting that sales slid 7% for the fiscal first quarter ended April 29.
6/1/2017by eMarketer Editors
Amidst a sea of declines among US women’s clothing retailers, J Jill is posting strong gains, and is confident that it will continue to do so.
5/31/2017by Andria Cheng
TJX still sees room to open more T.J. Maxx and Marshalls stores in the US, lifting the total to as many as 3,000 compared with 2,230 at the end of fiscal Q1.
5/16/2017by Andria Cheng
Six years after entering Canada, Express is quitting the market, citing the country’s challenging retail environment.
5/4/2017by eMarketer Editors
As the fashion industry faces ever more store closings and bankruptcies and struggles with consumers shifting their spending to experiences and services, there’s at least one bright spot on the market: plus sizes. Sales are on the rise, retailers are stepping in with their own lines, and ecommerce players are stepping up.
5/2/2017by Andria Cheng
Guido Campello, CEO and creative director of Cosabella, and Courtney Connell, the lingerie brand's marketing director, discuss how artificial intelligence has transformed their business operations.
4/21/2017by Yory Wurmser
Kate Spade on Tuesday reported its first same-store sales decline in years. Not long ago, labels like Kate Spade and Michael Kors enjoyed double-digit gains in comparables. The shift points to challenges for the broader industry.
4/18/2017by Andria Cheng