Their collection of four sheep statues could fetch as much as $1 million.
Giovanni Morelli has been forced out by Tapestry Inc. for "behavior [that] fell short of [company] standards."
Kimberly Evans Paige Unilever-owned Sundial Brands has named Kimberly Evans Paige to the newly created position of chief operating officer and brand-building officer. Paige, who was most recently chief marketing officer for Coty Inc., brings more than 20 years of experience to her new role, including positions with The Coca-Cola Co. and Procter & Gamble. She will report to Sundial founder, chief executive officer and executive chairman Richelieu Dennis. The company said she will partner with Dennis and the executive team to craft the overall strategic direction of the company and develop a plan for continued growth, including the existing product portfolio, innovative products and line extensions, and building the business. She will be responsible for operations, including end-to-end supply chain, marketing and sales, and will continually assess and build out the organization and infrastructure for company growth. Sundial has been posting gains across its portfolio, including SheaMoisture, Nubian Heritage, Madam C.J. Walker Beauty Culture and Nyakio. Shea Moisture, in particular, has consistently posted double-digit sales increases, according to IRI, in hair and body lotions. “As we continue to experience and plan for future robust growth, it became clear that we needed to create a role that would help ensure that we are appropriately positionedRead More...
Andy Warhol started the magazine in 1969.
Consumers don't pigeonhole Commodity into only a fragrance brand, opening up the pipeline for several new launches for the fast-growing company.
Sears has already received $400 million from Citi Retail.
The digital luxury wholesale fashion company, Ordre will be able to access the tech giant’s analytics and insights.
Josie Natori told Manhattanville grads that how they begin is not how they will end, but to just get going.
Chief executive officer Lisa Montague said the company has already opened three stores in the Gulf, together with Liwa, over the past five years, two in Abu Dhabi and one in Kuwait.
Six companies swapped places within the world's top 10 companies in 2016, including Estée Lauder replacing Compagnie Financière Richemont SA as second in the ranking.
Aside from being Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's favorite photographer, he has strong views about the need for sustainability, diversity and safe working conditions for models.
According to a new report by ABI Research, AR will be increasingly used by both consumers and retail workers.
The Neiman Marcus Group, seeking to enhance its communications with suppliers and improve its performance, has partnered with the Sky IT Group, an online vendor-selling reporting platform. The companies said Neiman Marcus will use the SaaS application Skypad to track, create and distribute weekly sales and inventory data and share with their suppliers, and that the program is aimed to improve buyer and supplier collaboration, strengthen business analysis, and target product allocation and reorder opportunities. The idea is to increase sales and reduce markdowns. “Our industry structure and dynamics continue to change at an accelerating pace. We believe strongly that with the use of tools like Skypad we can enable greater collaboration between our teams and our brands, with better insights and faster execution,” said Nathan Johnson, senior vice president of merchandise planning at the Neiman Marcus Group. Jay Hakami, president and chief executive officer of the Sky IT Group, added: “The partnership with Neiman Marcus provides for significant benefits for NMG teams and its suppliers/brands community by utilizing Skypad as a single SaaS platform for insights, trends, reorder analysis and collaboration based on one version of the truth.” Sky IT Group was founded in 2000 to provide innovative data collection, integration and reportingRead More...
CommerceHub is officially under new ownership via two private equity firms, GTCR and Sycamore Partners. Affiliates of the two private equity firms acquired the platform for $1.1 billion, or $22.75 a share in cash. The technology platform is a commerce network that connects retailers and brands with supply, demand and delivery chains that help the companies increase sales. According to CommerceHub, its platform helped over 11,500 retailers, brands and distributors manage their inventory and achieve about $16 billion in gross merchandise value in 2017. The platform helps retailers compete against Amazon through drop shipping by having distributors ship directly to consumers who place orders on a retailer’s site, without the retailer having to invest in building its own warehouses and distribution centers. Frank Poore, founder, president and chief executive officer, will continue with the company in the same roles. “GTCR and Sycamore Partners each bring deep industry expertise to help us to execute our vision for the future of retail. Together, we look forward to accelerating the development of CommerceHub’s platform to transform how retailers and brands drive growth through e-commerce.” CommerceHub was spun off from Liberty Interactive Corp. and became a public company in 2016. Its Series A and Series C common stockRead More...
The store will showcase the concept designed by creative director Massimo Giorgetti.
Tanger Factory Outlet Centers Inc. promoted two of its senior officials, Lisa Morrison and James F. Williams, each to the position of executive vice president. Morrison, a 20-year veteran of Tanger, will continue to lead the leasing strategy across the Tanger portfolio, which consists of 44 upscale outlet centers that the company operates and owns, or has an ownership interest in. Williams, who has been at Tanger for nearly 25 years, will continue to serve as chief financial officer, responsible for the financial reporting processes, and also have responsibility over the senior officers for accounting, finance, investor relations and information systems. Lisa Morrison Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, James F. Williams Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, Read More...
The nonprofit has reached a milestone as it opens its first brick-and-mortar store in the Pacific Palisades.
The pictures were taken by Alexi Lubomirski, who also shot the couple's engagement photos last year.
With those plans to open 150 to 200 locations over the next few years will come rapid growth of the retail and merchandise to support the company’s aim to scale a lifestyle brand.
The Parisian brand’s lease follows the recent opening of its Palo Alto boutique.