Chains like Forever 21 and H&M have dramatically slashed the price of clothing in the past decade.
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The chain is eliminating the role of “creative director” for the Gap brand. Incoming CEO Art Peck is coming in with a bang, after critics described Gap’s lineup as “dull and uninspiring.”
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Aeropostale is suing H&M for trademark infringement, citing items with “LIVE LOVE DREAM” on them and labels with the word “AEROSPACE” over an airplane drawing.
Japan’s Fast Retailing talks a big game, but Uniqlo has been struggling to make a splash in America since 2005, and time is running out to get to its big goal.
But will brides actually buy it?
Investment bank Jefferies sent clients a note Friday titled “Teenage Wasteland: Assessing the Post-Apocalyptic Future of Teen Retail.” According to its survey of more than 1,000 teens, American Eagle has more “brand relevance” than rivals Aeropostale and Abercrombie & Fitch.
The human cost of cheap fashion is more in focus this year than ever before.
Trust us, this is what he wants.
This hilarious Frenchman knows that shopping in Paris is the worst. And here’s what you should do about it.
The Isabel Marant for H&M collaboration arrived today, so I camped out to test my inner strength.
All we want is for someone to shut up and take our money. Is that so hard?
Thousands of angry garments workers in Bangladesh set factories on fire as they demanded $100 a month minimum wage. Around 50 people have been injured in clashes between workers and police.
The fast fashion retailer is FINALLY selling clothes (and home goods!) to U.S. customers online. Cat dresses included.
Matching doesn’t have to be passé.
Shmergen shmörgen shpergen! Yah?
Stereotypically bad mom clothes seem of a bygone era as retailers appeal to women of all generations.
Those bikini photos allegedly weren’t Photoshopped, according to tabloid reports. But there’s no way that’s true, says an expert.
“I don’t have any issues with the term ‘plus-size,’” says the sensational new star of H&M’s famous plus-size swimwear campaign.
In the wake of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, many retailers are (finally) committing to an agreement to improve conditions for workers in the apparel industry.
The size 12 model fronts this summer’s collection of H&M+ swimmies. (The tie-dye pieces are from Beyoncé’s line.)
The retailer says it will sign a fire safety and building improvements agreement provided a key clause about resolving disputes in court is renegotiated. But is the company being disingenuous?
This is some “paint with all the colors of the wind” realness. And B sings a new song too.
Mrs. Carter models H&M’s summer bikinis and other sultry beachwear. Somewhere, Kate Upton is crying for her lost “swimsuit model of the moment” title.
So now we know: she IS allowed to cheat on House of Dereon.
A lady need not bother with Valentino when she can wear an everywoman brand and look amazing.
Guy Ritchie makes the soccer star chase his clothes in some H&M undies, and yes, it’s as enjoyable as you’d think.