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Express is closing 100 stores by 2022, including 31 stores across 20 states by the end of January 2020 as part of a companywide restructuring plan.
Interim CEO Robert Fisher said the process of spinning off Old Navy shone a "bright light on operational inefficiencies and areas for improvement."
Generic brands are dominating on Amazon and it shows why the online giant is struggling to be seen as a fashion destination
Inexpensive, unbranded apparel is the most listed item on Amazon Fashion, according to a new report.
At Business Insider's IGNITION Redefining Retail event, Lively founder Michelle Cordeiro Grant said pop-ups have been vital to building the brand.
Fall Risk founder says that bucking the ‘frictionless’ retail trend helped him grow his company, which he started with a phone number that...
"I kind of buck the trend of 'make things easy' and 'deliver in one click,'" John Targon said during the IGNITION: Redefining Retail conference.
Ignoring older consumers in favor of courting millennials and Gen Zers could cost the fashion industry over $14 billion in the next 20 years, new rese...
The potential spending power of boomers and Gen Xers has been "shamefully sidelined" by major retailers, according to experts.
Amazon is reportedly launching a new luxury fashion platform as it doubles down on its mission to take over the apparel industry
If a new luxury fashion platform does come to fruition, it could play a crucial role in bolstering Amazon's position in the fashion world.
Frustrated Barneys workers say their liquidating store has devolved into chaos and become a ‘free for all’ of rampant theft
Business Insider spoke to four employees speaking on the basis of anonymity who said the environment at the 7th Avenue store has devolved.
Barneys employees are experiencing paycheck delays as a result of a "cyber incident," according to an email obtained by Business Insider.
The last decade proved particularly difficult for clothing brands. We took a look at 14 of the beloved clothing retailers no longer with us.