Germany's Beiersdorf, the maker of Nivea skin care products, said on Monday it had agreed a strategic cooperation with NetEase Kaola, a unit of Chinese video games publisher NetEase focused on cross-border e-commerce.
Barneys New York is bringing The Drop, its two-day 90-brand immersive shopping experience, to its Beverly Hills flagship. The first LA Drop will debut 20 exclusive capsules, and feature designer appearances.
Consumer spending dropped in April, according to Visa’s UK Consumer Spending Index, with a 2% dip year-on-year, matching the decline seen in March, while the fashion sector saw its steepest fall for six months.
Walmart Inc said in a filing with a U.S. regulator that it may take India’s Flipkart public in as early as four years, detailing for the first time a potential listing timeline for Walmart’s largest-ever acquisition.
Amorepacific has opened its first beauty pop-up in NYC. The space features Korean beauty, fragrance, color and skincare products as well as meet and greets with beauty experts, on-site treatments, and product sampling.
The rebooted American Apparel, owned by Canadian company Gildan Activewear Inc., will be opening its first LA store in the same place on Melrose as its old location before it filed for bankruptcy last year.
United Legwear & Apparel Co., LLC, the NY-based manufacturer and distributor of licensed apparel and accessories for brands such as Puma, Champion, and Skechers, has launched a private brand called Fun Socks.
Sears shares jumped 16 percent on Wednesday after the company announced a tyre service partnership with Amazon, part of Chief Executive Officer Edward Lampert’s strategy to make the troubled retailer profitable again.