2023 is officially here. A new year brings with it new opportunity as we all set out our goals for the 12 months ahead. These opportunities extend to fashion brands, who are (or at least should be) primed to seize this moment and evolve their businesses by connecting with their ever-evolving consumer audiences.
Recently Love Island made the decision to dress contestants in second-hand clothes from eBay, and this is going to speak of a huge change in viewers’ shopping habits.
New data revealed through Productsup's study finds consumers need more product information to make purchases in the physical, digital, and virtual world. Very insightful on sustainable buying power too.
Thunes survey of ‘Zoomers’ in 13 countries spotlights how the world’s youngest and most digitally-adept consumers are forcing change to decades-old business practices.
You may be wanting to purchase some new clothes, but a little tight for cash since winter utilities bled us all dry.
Of the many fashion initiatives launched during the pandemic, doors. is a universe for independent designers where they can populate their own space with their style. Behind it there is entrepreneur Alise Trautmane-Uzuner.
The festive season is over and the first month of the year is a time of mindfulness and recuperation. Still, many Brits are spending valuable time on the web looking for new outfits to only wear them once.
The landscape of high street retail has changed drastically over the last decade, particularly for fashion retailers.
Newsletters are a mine of information and, especially, discounts. With January sales almost upon everyone, knowing who has the most appealing offers is a must before filling our virtual baskets. Market analysis shows you the most generous retailers on the net.
Retail’s most profitable season is upon us. But what’s the real outlook for brick-and-mortar fashion retailers?