Today is not a good day for iconic American retailer, J. Crew. Though 2018 was supposed to be the beginning of a new era for the brand under the leadership of Jim Brett, the numbers say otherwise.
Everlane Sets New Sustainability Standards for Sneaker Industry
The Gist: Everlane is entering the sneaker market with a limited, “slow fashion” line of sustainable shoes that are meant to be worn for years, not months. The Lesson: Sustainability is coming for you, sneaker industry. The Whole Story: Everlane, a brand that is famous for its basics that are produced with supply chain transparency, […]
AR tops list of future shopping experiences
The best fashion marketing campaigns paint vivid, mental pictures of what life could be like with the latest digs. But what if they didn’t have to rely on imagination? With the next generation of of AR and VR shopping technology, they may not have to. Read on to find out how these technologies will changing […]
Dear Fashion Execs — Snapchat is Not Your Biggest Problem
As part of the 2016 Glossy Forum, the Glossy team asked the audience of fashion executives to share the biggest challenges they face. Using those free form responses, their team created this graphic to show the topics that are on the minds of these decision makers and the results were not what we would have expected…
News Roundup: Copycats, Personal Shoppers and ‘Fixing’ Fashion
Each article we’re highlighting this week showcases one of the three things consumers want out of fashion today: affordability, ethics and personalization. Unfortunately, finding the trifecta is rare. Inexpensive clothes are often not ethically made and personalization can come at a price. But as you’ll read this week, those three key elements are starting to converge as the industry adapts to new consumer needs.
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