Pop-up stores; the multiple iterations of the Coco concept; three new fragrances and a marketing strategy especially created for millennials in the Instagram age are some of the latest developments from Chanel.
Bestseller’s Only brand is hailing a step forward in jeans technology and is preparing to launch “innovative black jeans” next month that underline the parent company’s “ongoing drive for a more sustainable future.”
China could hit back at U.S. firms listed on the Dow Jones Industrial Average if U.S. President Donald Trump keeps exacerbating tensions with China over trade, a state-controlled Chinese tabloid said on Thursday.
India’s cotton shipments to China could grow five-fold to 5 million bales in the next crop year as exporters rack up orders amid a trade war that is forcing the world’s top consumer to look for other sources of supply.
The Facebook-owned social network launched a mobile app on Wednesday dedicated to user-generated videos up to an hour long, upping the competition for consumers’ time among ad-supported streaming services like YouTube.
The private equity firm announced on Wednesday that it has concluded a deal to make a strategic minority investment in the LA-based cosmetics brand in order to help push its e-commerce and international expansion.
After a successful beta trial, Amazon has officially launched its Prime Wardrobe "try before you buy" service designed to give the e-commerce giant a competitive edge against Stitch Fix and other wardrobe services.
After previously pulling out of the US market, Memebox has announced an exclusive partnership with Sephora. In addition to the partnership, the brand is rolling out an ambassador program and a relaunched e-commerce site.