Brick-and-mortar retail may be facing stiff competition from e-commerce but, according to a study from Valassis, malls still have a fighting chance in the apparel sector and can get ahead with new technologies.
After a successful beta trial, Amazon has officially launched its Prime Wardrobe "try before you buy" service designed to give the e-commerce giant a competitive edge against Stitch Fix and other wardrobe services.
The American beauty company has announced an upcoming flagship for its relaunched cosmetics brand, Covergirl, projecting an interactive experiential concept store slated to open in NYC’s Times Square later this year.
The Swiss watchmaker has announced the launch of its digital boutique. The service, designed to complement the brand’s in-store experience, will first be offered in the United States before being rolled out worldwide.
Amazon has launched its first ever style-focused Echo in the US. The Alexa-powered Echo Look can take photos and videos without the use of a smartphone camera or mirror, tapping into Amazon's growing fashion community.
“This really was unexpected,” smiles Masayuki Ino, the 39-year-old winner of the LVMH Prize 2018. Another year and Ino couldn’t even have entered the competition, seeing as he is 39, and entrants have to be less than 40.
Marc Jacobs is expanding its wearables category with the launch of its first touchscreen smartwatch, The Riley. Previously the round-faced model was available as both an analog watch and a hybrid smartwatch.