by Isabella Lovett 2020 is right around the corner, and both independent retailers and their customers are bursting with excitement to see what the New Year has in store (literally). After an extensive parade of fashion shows in New York, London, Milan, and Paris showcasing the hottest designs from the world’s leading fashion labels, it […]
by Shahla Hebets While the world watched a tough, passionate 16-year-old from Sweden take on the very real and pressing issue of climate change, I kept thinking about the impact to brands. After all, an estimated 7.5 million people across the world participated in the climate strike, and many others supported virtually. The end result […]
Spring is in the air! If we can feel it, your customers can feel it, too. Springtime signifies a fresh start to a new year, and often, a new wardrobe. Change in seasons is the second biggest driver of apparel sales, after discounts and promotions, and Spring is the biggest apparel sale season of them […]
Golden Stella Inc. has been a leading jewelry wholesaler since 1986. They are the largest fashion jewelry wholesaler in the southeastern United States with a 15,000 square foot showroom at AmericasMart® in Atlanta.
Starting a fashion collaboration with local designers or other retailers can be a great way to boost business hype and sales. If done right, it can help increase foot traffic and increase brand awareness.
Apparel retailers will have the opportunity to preview the latest designs, in action, during the new August 2018 Womenswear In Nevada (WWIN) Fashion Show & Wine and Cheese Reception on Monday, August 13 at 6:30 pm.
“Fashion is one of the most pollutant industries in the world,” explains Emma Olson, cofounder of Hazel & Rose boutique in Minneapolis. Before Hazel & Rose opened, Emma was working in mass retail and “becoming less and less comfortable with my work.
This summer´s must have, on-trend product: Mermaid Princess tails. Mermaid tails, which have been an online sensation for years around the world, are finally available in U.S. retail stores.
What was once seen as a passing trend is now the new norm. Just under ten years ago, the idea of wearing leggings as everyday pants was fairly controversial. Now, it’s everywhere.
“We like to say Oka-B was born in the spa,” says Kim Falkenhayn when asked how the company got started. The footwear brand was launched in 2006 with just a few styles focused on spa slides and thongs. Now, Oka-B has sandals, ballet flats and even wedges.