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Week In Retail: Alber Elbaz Navigates Fashion World Post-Lanvin

Week In Retail

May 6

Designer and Luxury

Alber Elbaz Navigates Fashion World Post-Lanvin

Alber Elbaz told students at Parsons School of Design that the fashion world's hyper-kinetic pace is unsustainable.

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Department Stores

Allen Questrom Speaks His Mind on Fast Fashion, Fixing Stores and What They Lack

Retail's Mr. Fix It lays out his prescription for turnarounds and helping department stores.

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Trends and Analysis

Big Shift: Execs Talk Turnarounds at Legacy Companies

Can you teach an old company new tricks? Sure, but change doesn’t come easy. CEOs from Land’s End, Best Buy, Campbell and Suntory Holdings talked transformation today at the Milken Institute Global Conference.

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Trends and Analysis

Millennials Embrace Online Videos, but TV Is Top Marketing Medium

Online research and product reviews are key behaviors, according to the research survey.

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Mass and Off-Price

Sir Philip Green Speaks On BHS Allegations

Direct

China Ramps Up Regulation of E-commerce

Direct

L2 Sees Burberry, Coach, Cartier as Digital Winners in China

Marketing and Consumer Behavior

Disney, Oakley, Zara Top Consumer Survey on 'Brand Actualization'

People

Abercrombie & Fitch Chief Operating Officer Ramsden Steps Down

Trends and Analysis

FAME and Moda Attendees Discuss Getting Around Lackluster Store Traffic

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