Urban Outfitters a encore frappé.
The clothing retailer apologises for a design that looks like the uniform Jews were forced to wear during the Holocaust.
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.
I don’t mean to burst your bubble, but fall is fast approaching. Drown your sorrows in material things. Like jackets.
Yes, eyes are totally a Thing now. Embrace the trend with these fab finds.
Stereotypically bad mom clothes seem of a bygone era as retailers appeal to women of all generations.
Stand out in a sea of denim.
Illustrations from Shit Bloggers Wear, photos by the style bloggers who do just that.
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 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?
They’re all flat to ensure maximum comfort during long walks to the ice cream van.