Stitch Fix on Thursday reported quarterly revenue and profit that blew past Wall Street estimates, as it added more subscribers to its personalised online clothing service, triggering a 12 percent rise in its shares.
As millennial women celebrate the 20th anniversary of Sex and the City, Sarah Jessica Parker's SJP Collection announced it will move into its first standalone NY location at the South Street Seaport later this year.
Patagonia's newest activation for its refurbished clothing and gear program, Worn Wear, offers free repairs of any brand of wetsuit to encourage reduced consumption of new products and reuse of functional goods.
Björn Borg has named Jens Nyström as new CFO as Daniel Grohman prepares to take up the position of business development director. Both Nyström and Grohman will assume their new responsibilities in the autumn.
The US apparel retailer is celebrating Gay Pride Month with the “We Are One” t-shirt, donating a portion of sales revenues to the United Nations’ campaign to support LGBTQI communities around the world.
The 87th edition of the Florentine childrenswear tradeshow will take place June 21 to 23 and is set to welcome 557 brands, a figure much in line with its summer edition in 2017, which saw 548 brands showcased.
Taking its lead from Patagonia's Worn Wear program and the growth of sustainability initiatives in the apparel industry, VF Corporation's The North Face has launched its own refurbished clothing program called "Renewed."
Amazon has launched its first ever style-focused Echo in the US. The Alexa-powered Echo Look can take photos and videos without the use of a smartphone camera or mirror, tapping into Amazon's growing fashion community.