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  • Target, Kohl’s Are Adapting To Special Needs, And Already They’re Behind

    August 17th, 2019

    Target now offers Halloween costumes for children with special needs, and Kohl’s has extended a clothing line for the same. What took so long? Retailers that ignore this vibrant market’s needs do so at their peril. Here is why, and what other brands, from Tommy Hilfiger to Zappos, are doing.

  • Gen Z Is Ruling Back-To-School: 3 Lessons For Retailers

    August 9th, 2019

    Gen Z shoppers have greater influence on back-to-school spending than those before them — preteens alone are expected to more than double their spending from 10 years ago. That this group was born into digital commerce likely has something to do with this. Three points retailers should know.

  • Father’s Day Expected To Generate $2.5 Billon In Clothing Sales

    June 14th, 2019

    Since 2016, menswear sales have been outpacing those of women’s clothing, and this Father’s Day retailers are expecting billions in men’s clothing sales. But what’s surprising are those doing the shopping, and where. A look into why men are buying more men’s clothes, including for dad.

  • Class of 2019: The Most Promising Retail Concepts On The Horizon

    January 7th, 2019

    Let’s not linger too long on the closures of so many stores in 2018. In the months to come, many emerging brands, from Allbirds to Yumble, have the opportunity to become new household names. Among the dozens of up-and-coming retail brands, we selected a class of 10.

  • Kroger Dips Into Exclusive Apparel But Skirts E-commerce: Here’s Why

    July 27th, 2018

    Kroger’s plan to launch an exclusive line of apparel, called Dip, indicates the supermarket chain is serious about competing in the clothing category. However, the strategy does not include plans to sell the clothing online. An expert from the retail technology firm Nextail explains why.