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  • Bergdorf Goodman moves into streetwear
  • Bergdorf Goodman moves into streetwear
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Bergdorf Goodman moves into streetwear

Luxury retailer Bergdorf Goodman – the Fifth Avenue institution that's served the world's most discerning clientele since opening in 1899 – is shaking things up. With its move into streetwear, hybebeasts are now rubbing shoulders with the super-rich as the retailer looks to diversify.



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    Luxury French department store chain Printemps has announced a loyalty scheme designed to personalise the shopping experience. Printania is the latest version of an existing programme tied to Printemps’ credit cards and will be launched alongside an updated app.

  • Macy’s woos the Gen Y wedding market Macy’s woos the Gen Y wedding market

    Making up just over a quarter of the US population, Gen Yers spend $600 billion a year on retail purchases – with 75% of them still made at brick-and-mortar stores. Macy’s now wants these shoppers to say ‘I do’ to its expanding wedding business, which it looks to roll out across 150 stores.

  • Article image Pigalle: how streetwear came to Paris

    Increasingly inspired by outside influences, the fashion coming out of the French capital is changing. Juxtaposing the highlights of its native heritage with gritty American cool, Paris-born Pigalle is a menswear label that embodies the attitudes of young, French fashion-forward men in 2016.

  • Article image Macy’s One Below: bringing Gen Y back to the racks

    As older Gen Yers achieve stability in their personal lives and careers, they’re finally reaching their peak consumption years. Facing stiff competition from online retailers and fast fashion giants, Macy’s is hoping to bring these shoppers back to the racks with new concept store One Below.