1. Victoria’s Secret Is Still Advertising to Women Like It’s 1999 and shares are down 44 percent year-to-date, 65 percent since 2015. – Read More on Bloomberg
2. Why the Average American Woman Is Being Left Out of the Traditional Fashion Industry: Until recently, all women other than a size 0 to 2 were excluded from the industry. – Read More on Brit + Co.
3. Retailers Stalk the Elusive Millennial Shopper: To court millennials and Gen Z shoppers, Barneys, Nordstrom and other big stores are taking a page from younger, hipper counterparts like Dover Street Market. – Read More on WSJ
4. The Problem With The Term "Ethical Fashion?” It doesn't really mean anything. Describing something as “ethical” or even “sustainable” is using huge umbrella terms which mean different things to different people. The only thing it really means is “not as bad as mainstream fashion.” That’s akin to trying to market your womenswear brand as “not a menswear or accessories label.” – Read More on Forbes
5. How Sephora Built A Beauty Empire To Survive The Retail Apocalypse: Sephora has captured the hearts of millions of beauty shoppers and is aggressively expanding across the globe. We dive into how Sephora has succeeded in today's merciless retail climate, highlighting key lessons for retailers. – Read More on CB Insights