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Gap and Victoria’s Secret both made offers to acquire Lululemon in the early 2000s, the athleisure company’s founder reveals in new tell-a...
Lululemon founder Chip Wilson reveals in a new tell-all book that Gap, Victoria's Secret, and Liz Claiborne made bids to acquire the company in the early 2000s.
Nike and TJ Maxx are among the companies dominating America's clothing retail landscape. This list of the top fashion companies in America uses data from Forbes' recent Global 2000 list of the world's largest public companies.
Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger are sending a clear signal that Amazon is the future of fashion, and it’s terrible news for department stores
Amazon now offers a wider selection of Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger clothing than Macy's and JCPenney do, according to a recent report from Nomura.
Chip Wilson reveals the one question he asked himself every day while building Lululemon into the $18 billion company it is today
Chip Wilson came up with the idea for Lululemon during a yoga class in the 1990s. He noticed that women in the class wore dance clothes that were thin and transparent, and he wanted to invent a better clothing option for workouts.
Zara has become one of the best-known and most successful fashion brands in the world. However, US consumers tend to know little about not only the parent company driving its success, but also its sister brands around the world.
Walmart is acquiring Eloquii, a women's fashion brand that is targeted at plus-size shoppers. Not all of Eloquii's fans were excited about that.
Walmart just made another major acquisition to cash in on a $21 billion opportunity that many retailers have ignored
Walmart is acquiring women's plus-size retailer Eloquii. Walmart would not disclose pricing details. However, sources familiar with the matter told Recode that it will pay $100 million for the brand.
The fastest-growing retailer in America doesn’t sell clothes online, and there’s a simple reason why
Primark, a low-cost, European apparel chain, is the fastest-growing retailer in the United States, according to a report from the National Retail Federation's Stores magazine, which used sales data from Kantar Consulting. But, it doesn't sell anything online.
Startups are looking for ways to incorporate 3D body-scanning technology and augmented reality into the shopping experience. Even Amazon has been rumored to be working on a way to make clothing fit customers better.
Analysts are reading the earnings release and listening to the call for details on how several notable events impacted Nike's third-quarter performance, including the FIFA World Cup, investments in online stores, and the controversial Colin Kaepernick ad.