- Uniqlo Expands Kids Line Sep 19, 2014 Friday
- Inditex, H&M to Pay More for Clothes From Cambodia to Lift Wages Sep 19, 2014 Friday
- Apple Launches Seen Hitting Other Retailers Sep 19, 2014 Friday
- China's New Consumer Classes Sep 19, 2014 Friday
- Alibaba Stock Jumps 36.3% at IPO Sep 19, 2014 Friday
- Cheap Monday Sets 10-Minute Pop-ups Sep 19, 2014 Friday
- Saturdays NYC Expands in Japan Sep 19, 2014 Friday
- Nike, Target Pull Adrian Peterson NFL Merchandise Sep 19, 2014 Friday
- Exemplaire Opens Flagship in Paris Sep 19, 2014 Friday
- Calvin Klein Scores in #NYFW Social Race Sep 19, 2014 Friday
Neiman Marcus Group Boosts Capex to Update Key Stores
In the months ahead, the Dallas-based luxury retailer intends to focus on carrying out new strategies and operations.
The New York-based lifestyle brand will open its fifth store in Nagoya, Japan, in early October.
The Chinese consumer has gone global, according to a new book charting the ascendancy of the country’s spenders.
Major clothing retailers say they are willing to pay more for clothes made in Cambodia, backing a trade union campaign for higher wages.
The Swedish denim brand is slated to give away 10,000 pairs of jeans on Oct. 10.
London Collections: Arty and Inventive
A spring season that showcased London designers' highly detailed, inventive and often arty creations left buyers upbeat about the city's fashion scene.
In response to customer demand, the fast-fashion brand has ramped up the collection by adding 50 percent more styles and making it available in more stores.
Succeeds his father, Michael Frieze, who remains chairman and chief investment officer.
Cody Kondo to Join Trinity as Chief Merchant
It didn't take Richard Cohen long to make his first big splash as ceo at the Hong Kong-based men’s wear retailer.
Made in Italy: Catching Up in E-commerce
Italian e-tailers are getting aggressive.
IPhone's expected to rack in $14 billion in U.S. sales for the fourth quarter.