Seattle-based tech company launches e-commerce search and trend analysis I Copenhagen Fashion Week: 3 Emerging Designers to Watch

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18 Aug, 2021
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A Seattle-based tech company launches e-commerce search and trend analysis

Leveraging insight from over 300 billion e-commerce searches, Stackline, a Seattle-based technology company, aims to provide unparalleled visibility into the consumer-driven U.S. economy. By day, Stackline builds e-commerce tools for many well-known consumer brands and retailers. In July the company launched ‘Trends’, an analytic service of e-commerce search volume that features a definitive ranking of the brands and topics that are growing, declining and emerging in consumer popularity.

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5 Ways to Avoid Greenwashing with RethinkRebels

Sustainability has become more and more significant in fashion. As consumers have an increased appetite for sustainability, false or misleading advertisements about products being greener have sprung up like mushrooms after rain. Consequently, greenwashing has become the hottest issue to tackle as sustainability statements are now seen as unreliable.

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The corset: from the runway to the high-street

The corset is far from being new in wardrobes, yet its 21st century democratisation is particularly interesting to dig into. It’s taken by storm runways and high streets alike over the past few months and has evolved into a sartorial mainstay that’ll surely stick around.

Copenhagen Fashion Week: 3 Emerging Designers to Watch

As well as cementing itself as the fashion centre for sustainability, Copenhagen Fashion Week is becoming a hotbed for new talent and this spring/summer 2022 season saw three designers impress – upcycling Danish brand (Di)vision, conceptual knitwear label A. Roege Hove and Louise Lyngh Bjerregaard, a Central Saint Martins graduate who places a strong emphasis on craftsmanship and sustainability.

D2C cross-border e-commerce growth led by Millennial spend

A rise in international direct-to-consumer (D2C) purchases in the last six months have been led by Millennials, as the Covid-19 pandemic prompts more than half of 25-34-year-olds to buy direct from international online brands.

The Children’s Place Q2 sales increase by 12.2 percent

The company said that the increase was primarily driven by strong customer response to the product assortment, a reset of pricing and promotional strategy driving significantly higher AUR and ADS, strong back-to-school sales driven by the anticipated return to in-person learning and the enhanced child tax credit payments starting in mid-July.

Small Italian outerwear brand thrives despite pandemic

Four years ago we interviewed Antonella Arpaia, the co-founder of Manto, a small luxury outerwear brand based in Mantua, Italy, whose biggest market was the U.S. FashionUnited caught up with her again this month while she was here for sales meetings to learn how a purveyor of coats and weatherproofed jackets at an elevated price point has fared during a pandemic which forced everyone indoors.

A slowdown in Walmart’s online growth could see Amazon take the crown as biggest U.S. retailer

For many e-commerce players, the global health pandemic has been a boon for sales. So too at Amazon, who last year saw net sales and operating results significantly boosted by online shoppers, rising 97 percent in the second quarter in 2020.

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