Much like their women's fashion and beauty counterparts, menswear brands are experimenting with ways to update the in-store experience for the digital age.
The brand is bringing the goods from Egypt to NYC.
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There's so much more to it than just folding clothes.
August, courtesy of a Puma and Under Armour alum, won't let you discount the Midwestern heartland.
She wants you to get to your nearest Sephora and create some "swatchporn," stat.
Why aren't more brands doing these things?
The West Coast institution is getting bigger.
Hint: It has to do with retail — and a few other factors, too.
The brand is complementing its traditional retail strategy by selling men's and women's jewelry out of refurbished vintage airstreams across America — and it's working.
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Plus, The Limited will shutter its stores nationwide.
On Wednesday, the company unveiled a concept for bridging the "personalization gap" between online and brick-and-mortar stores.
Start-up Oak Labs found a retail home for its first "smart mirror."
The French luxury brand is now on Madison Avenue.
On the bright side, Shinola is opening more stores.
And retailers are going mobile for easily distracted teens.
Fingers crossed they bounce back for Black Friday.