“For Snake People, A Generational Divide.”
Sales fell by 20%, the biggest quarterly decline since going public in 2002. The company’s CEO reiterates his promise for a brand resurrection this fall.
Anthropologie had a bad quarter, and analysts peppered executives with questions about what went wrong. The culprits: dresses and accessories.
The company is so mad at founder Dov Charney.
According to a one-sentence press release distributed at 5:28 p.m. on Friday. The fight over the provocative brand continues.
Because the rent is too damn high, Bloomberg News reports. It’s looking for another location, but won’t have a physical presence in the meantime.
Ron Johnson, the man behind the Apple Stores, has recovered from a disastrous stint as J.C. Penney’s CEO. His new delivery and set-up service for personal electronics, Enjoy, promises a new approach to running a mobile, on-demand workforce.
It now costs roughly 62 shares of American Apparel to buy a velvet crop tee from the retailer, before shipping and handling.
Dov Charney’s efforts to return to the company he founded continue with a new lawsuit filed against Standard General, the hedge fund overseeing American Apparel.
A partnership between the two tech giants will give brands even more firepower in making hyper-personalized digital ads.
Macy’s has announced four locations for its new “off-price” chain, Macy’s Backstage. The stores, which will open this fall, will be similar to T.J. Maxx and Nordstrom Rack.
The company’s chairperson explained why founder and ex-CEO Dov Charney will not be returning to American Apparel through an April 24 memo to employees obtained by BuzzFeed News.
The operator of Gap, Old Navy, and Banana Republic has struggled with falling sales at its core chain. But its newest, fastest-growing brand is riding high as more women dress in workout gear, even when there isn’t a yoga studio in sight.
A lawsuit, brought by a former senior manager, claims that the company’s ex-CFO started working to unseat Dov Charney beginning in February 2014.
More than 30,000 items have been advertised for resale on eBay alone, after many customers waited for hours only to leave stores empty-handed. The result is plenty of online rage, but resellers say they have no regrets.
A new survey by Piper Jaffray shows teen girls prefer “fashion athletic” brands over denim-based brands, underscoring a broader shift in how women are dressing.
A new survey by Piper Jaffray shows Instagram taking the top spot among teenagers, with Snapchat closing in fast.
First in the room this morning were Jack and Carol Weber, University of Virginia professors about to celebrate their 50th anniversary. And that means a golden gift is in order.
Some retail watchers were expecting a significant update to the retail stores as Apple enters the luxury business. But aside from some new benches displaying the watches, the stores are just as you remember them.
The company is trying to pull off a turnaround under new management appointed by the hedge fund that now controls it. But according to internal documents seen by BuzzFeed News, sales are still falling.