The global sourcing show for intimates, swimwear and athleisure is coming to the Javits Center for a two-day workshop from October 16 through 17, featuring an itinerary dedicated to sustainability and tech innovations.
As athleticwear and beauty continue to be strong trends among Gen-Z consumers, Piper Jaffray has released its semi-annual “Taking Stock With Teens” report, revealing strong progress for Vans, Lululemon and Ulta Beauty.
U.S. Representative Carolyn B. Maloney is fighting to keep fashion alive in New York City now that Amazon's big bucks are officially off the table, releasing a report highlighting the industry's heavy economic impact.
A New Year’s Resolution Report conducted by fashion resale marketplace Thredup has found that one in four women is planning to quit fast fashion in 2019, a movement led predominantly by younger consumers.
With an increasing number of brands looking to consumer analytics, the apparel retailer has announced that it has used “action learning” to apply First Insight’s analytic technology throughout its business.
A recent study from the NDP Group has highlighted the growing importance of sustainability to apparel consumers but has also found that the majority of shoppers refuse to pay more for sustainable products.
Much has been made of millennials’ dedication to sustainable brands but, according to a new study from LIM College, a fashion product’s eco-friendliness may be far from their first consideration when making purchases.
Crazy Costume Lady has launched a styling platform designed to help actors pull looks from their own closets for auditions and advise them on how to better tell their characters' stories through their clothing choices.