The series features people and stories that define FIT.
The legendary NBA player is back in the news thanks to the wildly popular ESPN documentary series, “The Last Dance.”
Slickdeals surveyed 2,000 consumers to cull what they bought on impulse during the coronavirus outbreak.
Polaroid cameras, typewriters and vinyl records are still resonating in 2020.
The sneakers are estimated to sell for between $100,000 and $150,000.
The site is seeing “pre-pandemic levels” of shopping and hopes a new program will help some small fashion and beauty brands.
The technology is automated and can be quickly integrated.
New data from Engine Insights shows the majority of consumers plan to shop online this holiday with a percentage looking to gift face masks or PPE.
The Think Pink Collection will donate 25 percent of sales to The Pink Agenda and FAB-U-WISH during the campaign period from May 11 through June 21.
With Hollywood still essentially shutdown, entertainment conglomerate has laid off, furloughed or part-timed 2,500 workers since March.
They don't wear capes. A new line by the Mattel subsidiary honors the front-line fighters of the coronavirus pandemic.
Virtual experiences with the likes of Charlotte Tilbury, Paul Smith and Hilary Clinton are up for grabs.
The designer is offering 10 people an unmatchable experience in her New York City studio and store.
The new online resource shows retailers the most popular product categories searched on Google.
The Chinese Valentine's Day campaign will be rolled out in various platforms with different visuals to drive engagement across the broad.
Two of the company's best-selling models have been reimagined for kids.
Shutterstock discusses its newfound role during the coronavirus pandemic, and how brands can sensitively and strategically market product.
New data from Harris Poll shows consumer sentiment for changing safety measures put in place by the travel industry — reflecting on business reopenings at large.
The strategic partnership aims to bolster sales and lower costs.
Coronavirus gaffes by superinfluencers are causing brands to lean into the micro pool.