Maggie Marilyn and Mara Hoffman adopted different strategies to ride out this uncertain year.
Plus, The British Fashion Council cancels the next London Fashion Week.
New alternatives to department stores offer brands more control.
The 1,300 respondents of our latest survey have found new factors to consider in deciding what to buy (and who to buy it from).
Here's what you need to know about the 15 Percent Pledge.
Plus, the first round of recipients of "Vogue" and the CFDA's "A Common Thread" grants are announced.
Plus, meet the designer making waves with her digital fashion show.
In many cases, trouble was brewing before Covid-19 hit.
"We agreed that the current environment although challenging, presents an opportunity."
Plus, a look at why people turn to knitting during times of turmoil.
Plus, Victor Glemaud introduces curve sizing.
Brand are tapping influencers, friends and employees to photograph new items at home, with some founders even turning their cameras on themselves.
Shopify and Farfetch are doing what they can to help their independent boutique partners.
Plus, 'Vogue' is bringing back its digital Global Conversations series.
We spoke to SuperOrdinary's Julian Reis, who has worked with brands like Supergoop and Drunk Elephant to expand into China.
Neighborhood Goods is in unique position to weather this storm, and it wants to help small businesses along the way.
Plus, what it means to be furloughed when you work in retail.
A new survey shows that many brick-and-mortar retailers are planning to cancel orders if they haven't already, which could put brands in a pinch.
More e-commerce platforms exclusively carry and promote brands from communities and geographic areas that have traditionally been underrepresented in the industry.
Retail may be changing, but here's why this tried-and-true practice prevails.
A new study out of Canada may have the answer, but it also may not be what you want to hear.
Sycamore Partners and L Brands reached an agreement on Monday.