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American Apparel returns as an 'inclusive' online retailer
American Apparel returns as an 'inclusive' online retailerAmerican Apparel is back. The brand that spawned myriad copies of its hooded tops with contrasting pull cords in the '00s before exiting the high street after much fanfare and a high-profile bankruptcy in 2016, became available again online in the UK this ...read more
Source: The Guardian
Published on Fri, 20 Apr 2018 16:00:00 GMT
Two moms created a solution for the 'fragmented' children's apparel market, Investors are getting on board too.
Two moms created a solution for the 'fragmented' children's apparel market, Investors are getting on board too.Two mothers who are also former Vogue employees started Maisonette.com, a one-stop marketplace for children's apparel, accessories and toys. The duo behind Maisonette.com said the children's apparel industry is fragmented and its hard for parents to find ...read more
Source: CNBC
Published on Thu, 19 Apr 2018 14:34:00 GMT
For Toys 'R' Us And Apparel Retailers, Playtime Is Over, But In Other Categories, The Fun Continues
For Toys 'R' Us And Apparel Retailers, Playtime Is Over, But In Other Categories, The Fun ContinuesThe announcement last month that Toys “R” Us is liquidating all remaining U.S. stores – followed up by this week’s report that it has rejected an $890 million bid “to save Toys ‘R’ Us,” as billionaire toy manufacturer Isaac Larian put it ...read more
Source: Forbes
Published on Wed, 18 Apr 2018 17:44:00 GMT
Playoff Apparel: last day to use Liberty Ballers code at the Crossing Broad store
Playoff Apparel: last day to use Liberty Ballers code at the Crossing Broad storeIf you don’t already know, Liberty Ballers has partnered with Crossing Broad for the playoffs to bring you all the Sixers gear you need. We made the decision to pair with the Crossing Broad store because they have something for everyone and every team in ...read more
Source: Liberty Ballers
Published on Fri, 20 Apr 2018 07:45:00 GMT
The Torrid Growth of Amazon Prime Could Prove Lethal to Apparel Sellers
The Torrid Growth of Amazon Prime Could Prove Lethal to Apparel SellersAmazon's (AMZN) march beyond 100 million Prime members currently could prove lethal to bricks-and-mortar apparel sellers. Most notably those such as J.C. Penney (JCP) that are trying to hawk threads to the youth of America, suggests Morgan Stanley.read more
Source: TheStreet.com
Published on Thu, 19 Apr 2018 14:26:00 GMT
Golf apparel startup Swannies raising $500K seed round
Golf apparel startup Swannies raising $500K seed roundSwannies, a golf apparel startup that participated in gener8tor’s inaugural Minnesota accelerator last year, has raised $160,000 in a $500,000 seed round, according to an SEC filing. Swannies co-founder Adam Iverson told Minne Inno that the company plans ...read more
Source: The Business Journals
Published on Wed, 18 Apr 2018 02:00:00 GMT
Amazon's 100 million Prime members will help it become the No. 1 apparel retailer in the US
Amazon's 100 million Prime members will help it become the No. 1 apparel retailer in the USClothing retailers, beware. Amazon is expected to make a big leap in the apparel market this year. According to Morgan Stanley, the e-commerce giant will become the top player of the U.S. apparel industry in 2018, having gained 1.5 percent of market share ...read more
Source: CNBC
Published on Thu, 19 Apr 2018 09:48:00 GMT
New report shares details about the Global baseball apparel sales market research
New report shares details about the Global baseball apparel sales market researchWith this Baseball Apparel Sales Market report, one is sure to keep up with information on the dogged competition for market share and control, between elite manufacturers. It also features, price, production, and revenue. Global Baseball Apparel Sales ...read more
Source: WhaTech
Published on Fri, 20 Apr 2018 03:47:00 GMT
Amazon carves out more apparel market share
Amazon carves out more apparel market shareAmazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) keeps steadily taking apparel sales away from department and clothing stores, according to UBS analyst Brian Nowak. Nowak estimates that Amazon's market share in apparel rose to 1.5% last year from 1.4% in 2016 to place it second ...read more
Source: Seeking Alpha
Published on Thu, 19 Apr 2018 16:39:00 GMT
Marysville wrestling apparel company signs deal with Kyle Snyder
Marysville wrestling apparel company signs deal with Kyle SnyderRudis, a Marysville-based wresting apparel company, recently signed up Ohio State University wrestling legend Kyle Snyder to represent the brand. Rudis will be sponsoring Snyder in a “long-term deal,” president Jesse Leng told me, and Snyder will have ...read more
Source: The Business Journals
Published on Wed, 18 Apr 2018 06:21:00 GMT