Retailers can no longer rely on a bricks-and-mortar network to measure revenue growth as sales decline and foot traffic drops off. Instead, specialty retail brands must search for a new growth narrative.
- Events / Causes
- Out of home
French fashion label Balmain is portraying the intersection of music and fashion in its fall/winter 2016 advertising campaign.
British department store chain Harvey Nichols has introduced a modern grooming parlor at its Knightsbridge, London flagship to highlight the category’s must-haves.
Department store chain Nordstrom is drawing attention to its Anniversary Sale with help from some in-the-know ambassadors.
U.S. jeweler Tiffany & Co. recently took an out of home approach to garner attention from harried commuters at New York’s Grand Central Terminal.
Huffington Post and Daily Mail are some of the top publishers dominating the Facebook video scene in recent months thanks to unique content that leverages feel-good human-interest stories, top news and interesting science.
Responding to consumers’ changing shopping habits, department store chain Selfridges is opening a new fashion concept at its London flagship.
Zhonghong Group is purchasing the majority of equity shares in luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent from the company’s current owners.
British department store Fortnum & Mason is drawing on its more than 300-year history with food in its first cookbook.
Conglomerate Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton has entered a definitive agreement to sell the Donna Karan International business to fashion group G-III.