Target Corp, aiming to one-up retail rivals during the upcoming U.S. holiday shopping season, said on Tuesday it was adding more delivery and pickup options for online shoppers to have items shipped to their homes.
Australian payment company Afterpay has launched its first U.S. in-store experience inside Revolve's New York City pop-up, allowing customers to use Afterpay's "buy now, pay later" payment plan to purchase items.
The sportswear and running shoe company announced its third-quarter financial results on Tuesday, reporting a record 29% increase in global revenue, pushed by a strong performance in footwear, where sales rose 32%.
Deloitte's 33rd annual Holiday Survey has found that 57 percent of total holiday spend is expected to be online, compared to 36 percent in stores. This marks a 10 percent drop for stores in the last four years.
Working in collaboration with international anti-cyberbullying non-profit The Cybersmile Foundation, global beauty company Coty announced it will use its Rimmel brand to launch an initiative to fight cyberbullying.
Demand for Gucci handbags proved more resilient than expected in the third quarter, helping to drive a strong revenue rise at parent Kering at a time of heightened investor nerves over luxury goods companies.
The Swedish company is strengthening its logistics infrastructure in Spain, where it plans to open a new distribution centre in Toledo. The site will be the brand’s second in the country and the largest by surface area.
LVMH are being very, very nice to Celine and Hedi Slimane. The group just handed over the former Dior Homme boutique on high-traffic corner of Paris' rue François 1er and rue Marignan to Celine for a new store.