These “shoes” are proof.
These “shoes” are proof.
Comparable sales fell for a third straight quarter while rising at Anthropologie and Free People, the retailer said Monday.
Please explain how rompers work, thanks.
Urban Outfitters has been reselling Harley-Davidson-branded merchandise under its Urban Renewal label. The motorcycle company says the items, made without its permission, represent “flagrant violations” of “standards for products branded with the Harley-Davidson marks.” Update: Urban’s lawyer responds.
The namesake brand saw sales fall 9% in the fourth quarter while Anthropologie and Free People crushed it. Part of the problem: “The Urban brand has moved somewhat south in terms of age group penetration.”
Urban Outfitters sent customers an email yesterday introducing Without Walls, its new outdoors and fitness brand. Tank tops at prices comparable to Nike and Athleta are joined by expensive tents, ponchos, and even an $88 “performance romper.”
A smart move given the recent industrywide drop in store traffic.
The retailer was selling a crop top patterned with the word “depression” from a brand with that name. It drew comparisons to a shirt it sold in 2010 that said “eat less.”
Vera Bradley, TJX, and American Eagle will be impacted the most based on their store count in the Northeast and Midwest, Citigroup analysts say.
The retailer has identified makeup, nail, and hair products as a “growth opportunity.”
It will be called “Makers and Merchants” and may open in summer 2014, the New York Post reports, citing anonymous sources. That would put it a block from Tommy Bahama’s relatively new restaurant and flagship store.
That are better than your grandma’s pumpkin-embroidered cardigans.
This song was written ironically. Combining elements from bands like Arcade Fire, the Lumineers, and Vampire Weekend, we wrote and recorded this song in two days, and then we made a video that looks like an Urban Outfitters commercial.
A million shiny unicorns and aliens for everyone!
The company has grown organically throughout its history but is now looking for acquisitions, joint ventures, and other partnerships for the first time, Urban’s chief executive officer said today.
Bigger isn’t always better. Unless we’re talking about slices of cake.
Question: Where is the line between hipster self-expression and corporate advertising? Answer: Not here.
Use the cult television marathon as an excuse for a new outfit. Or lots of new outfits! It is a whole week, after all.
Yes, eyes are totally a Thing now. Embrace the trend with these fab finds.
The trendy clothing company is the latest retailer to be hit with a lawsuit claiming it is misleading consumers into giving up information that isn’t technically required to check out with a credit card.
The Urban Outfitters-owned brand’s performance is improving after lowering prices and adding more home goods, according to a Citigroup research report.
Yes, it’s possible to wear American flags and not look like you washed up from the Coachella cruise. In fact, you can look downright cute.
A small victory for a designer whose kitten leggings were lifted by the retailer.
Shoes you’ll want to wear all summer long.
Turns out being a relative or associate of an Urban Outfitters executive or board director is pretty lucrative.
The management at Urban Outfitters really knows their customers. Selling to the “upscale homeless.”
Oh do we ever have answers.
Moms hate it when you use toilet talk.
Urban Outfitters, which owns Free People, has a reputation for borrowing ideas from indie designers for mass-produced products.