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Articles Tagged ‘ecommerce’
The competition between ecommerce and conventional offline shopping channels continues to heat up – even at the high end of the consumer market.
Italian menswear brand Kiton is increasing its retail channels through a partnership with ecommerce seller SECOO.
Chinese department store chain Lane Crawford is embracing the new generation of talent coming from Japan in a curated edit.
Ecommerce sales have brought the luxury goods industry to a tipping point, according to a new report by L2.
German automaker BMW is disrupting automotive retail by taking its online ventures to new heights.
Canadian department store chain Holt Renfrew is bringing the beauty of its in-store offerings to consumers’ doorsteps.
Luxury lifestyle publication Robb Report is “gearing up” by expanding its digital offerings to include an online shop of curated products.
France’s Christian Dior is easing into ecommerce through a partnership with New York-based department store Bergdorf Goodman.
French fashion label Kenzo has started shipping to the United States, just in time for holiday purchasing to begin.