November 20, 2019 Full Podcast Episode 4 When Chris Bossola opened Blues Recycled Clothing in 1996, “all three TV stations came because they couldn’t believe that we were selling vintage, used Levi’s for $35. They thought it was crazy.” Nearly 25 years later, what started with a 200 square foot store in Richmond, Virginia has […]
November 5, 2019 By Sheena Butler-Young Originally published on Footwear News. I love what I do. But there are days I look to my left or right and wonder if what I do is enough. Am I making a real difference? For decades, the fashion industry — depending on whom you ask — has either battled or embraced its reputation of being superficial, inconsequential, trend-obsessed and even faddish.
November 4, 2019 By Lauren Thomas KEY POINTS • The frequency of people buying items on Amazon six times or more per month has dropped to 40% this year from 80% in 2017, according to data pulled by First Insight. • It says Walmart appears to be winning more customers. Less shopping is happening on […]
November 3, 2019 The groundbreaking partnership with Evrythng and Avery Dennison enables Ralph Lauren, and the whole industry, to unlock true traceability at scale By Kaley Roshitsh Ralph Lauren Corp. is set to digitize its entire product line beginning with the Polo brand, partnering with real-time Internet of Things software platform Evrythng and global materials […]