Rent the Wrong Way: What’s Tech Got to Do With It? The recent consumer outcry in September, when Rent the Runway temporarily stopped new subscriptions and ceased shipping due to problems with a technology upgrade, has changed the industry focus from “Are subscription and rental models viable for fashion?” to “How dependable are the technology stacks behind these new marketplaces?” … More Rent the Wrong Way: What’s Tech Got to Do With It?
By guest author Elias Jahshan from Retail Gazette Jenners could be forced to leave Princes Street amid plans to restore the Edinburgh landmark Jenners is the oldest department store in Edinburgh, operating for more than 180 years It operates as a House of Fraser branch owned by Sport Direct but the building is owned by … More Future of Edinburgh’s Jenners uncertain amid restoration plans
Technology – What to know about “clothing as a service”. Clothing as a service is a distribution model in which clothing and accessories are provided to customers on a temporary basis, often through rental or subscription. … More Technology – What to know about “clothing as a service”
Sports Direct International will soon rebrand to Frasers Group. The rebrand is part of the company’s “elevation” strategy and follows a spate of retailer acquisitions such as House of Fraser. … More Sports Direct International will soon rebrand to Frasers Group
Sustainability – Fashion’s biodiversity problem. Vogue Business contributing sustainability editor Rachel Cernansky outlines the ways clothing production is contributing to biodiversity loss. … More Sustainability – Fashion’s biodiversity problem
AIDA impact handcrafts better beginnings – AIDA impact founder Elina Siira (holding infant) does not believe any single company can solve all of the world’s problems alone, but all efforts count. … More AIDA impact handcrafts better beginnings