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A wholesome spring harvest of playful patchwork, darling denims, free-flowing frocks and animal accents.
Although a children’s store might not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of the Las Vegas Strip, Brenda Diaz confirms: “If you build it, they will come.”
For nearly one billion disabled people, shopping for clothes can be a challenging experience.
Fourth-generation executive Gillian Taylor, director of G.H. Hurt & Son, on embracing tradition while remaining relevant with today’s consumers.
Designers are doubling down on the mini me style movement with coordinating to matchy-matchy ensembles for Spring ’20.
The new generation of British royalty is introducing regime change in couture.
Inspired by her parents’ roots, Angela Phun-Corsino’s Little Zi sources exclusively from Peru, a region known for its luxurious Pima cotton.
Joining heavy hitters like Tommy Hilfiger, Zappos, Target and Nike, Appaman is introducing its first-ever adaptive apparel collection for Spring ’20.
In support of its Right As Rain collection, Joules has rolled out the Wandering Welly, an interactive POP experience for its retail partners.
Inspired by 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg, Caitlin Quirk, owner of Bowfish Kids in Asbury Park, NJ, was determined to involve her local community in last month’s Global Climate Strike.
Play it cool with a Spring ’20 assortment of washed-out hues on easy-breezy silhouettes.
Meet aspiring tennis star, philanthropist and childrenswear designer: 10-year-old Emma Wiesenfeld.
On the heels of meteoric growth and expansion, David Kahan, CEO of Birkenstock Americas, delves into why the brand has only just left the launch pad.
Jan & Jul prepares kids for every forecast—in style.
It’s 10:30 p.m. on a Monday night, and I’m the fifteenth customer in line at a Fairway Market in Manhattan…
Tips and strategies that deliver meaningful engagement with target customers.
Responding to a demand for more ethical options, Young Soles is launching its first vegan shoe collection.
The retail mecca will have seven levels of shopping, totaling 320,000 square feet and nearly an entire floor dedicated to children’s goods and apparel.
Globally inspired Tea Collection is spicing up its selection with the debut of a wholesale-exclusive line, Weekend by Tea.
Sweet, whimsical and traditionally white eyelet fabric is expanding its palette for Spring ’20…
Fusing a philanthropic spirit with her lifelong desire of becoming a designer, Amanda Daum got her startup dreams off the drawing board after winning the 2018 “Chipstarter” competition, supported by Chip and Joanna Gaines, the stars of HGTV’s “Fixer Upper.”
Bianca Morales, part-time attorney, mother of three and owner of Dreams of Cuteness, on mutually beneficial relationships, responsible manufacturing and the ever-evolving landscape of online buying.
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