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  • eBags courts new designers and overseas markets

    After selling its footwear and accessories site, 6pm.com, to Zappos.com last year, eBags is refocusing its core bags business with new features such as its Emerging Designers showcase, and new plans for growing sales in the U.K. and Germany.

    Posted 02/28/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    After selling its footwear and accessories site, 6pm.com, to Zappos.com last year, eBags is refocusing its core bags business with new features such as its Emerging Designers showcase, and new plans for growing sales in the U.K. and Germany.
  • A sole of one`s own

    Web merchants are always on the lookout for ways to personalize their products. Nike.com has gone the distance with a feature that allows customers to build athletic shoes to order. The feature, known as Nike ID, lets customers design cross-training or running shoes right down to the eight-character word on the heel and the color of the Nike swoosh. As users build their shoes, a color graphic lets them preview color combinations before buying....

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Web merchants are always on the lookout for ways to personalize their products. Nike.com has gone the distance with a feature that allows customers to build athletic shoes to order. The feature, known as Nike ID, lets customers design cross-training or running shoes right down to the eight…
  • Barrio style on the web

    Reebok International Ltd. is using a mix of e-commerce and interactive media to build up its presence among online Hispanic shoppers. In November, Reebok launched BarrioRBK.com, a new online shopping and product information site aimed at young male Hispanic shoppers.

    Posted 01/04/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Reebok International Ltd. is using a mix of e-commerce and interactive media to build up its presence among online Hispanic shoppers. In November, Reebok launched BarrioRBK.com, a new online shopping and product information site aimed at young male Hispanic shoppers.
  • Narrow Target

    How plus-size Junonia.com goes after a petite market niche

    Posted 09/01/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    How plus-size Junonia.com goes after a petite market niche
  • Led by retail adventurer Mary Kate Buckley, Nike explores the wilds of selling online

    When Nike Inc. decided to add an e-commerce layer to its Web site-to sell the shoes and clothes it promotes online-staffers didn’t have much direct-to-consumer retail experience to go on: no catalog operation, no order-fulfillment program. But the executive who’s overseeing the launch, Mary Kate Buckley, is a pro at figuring out how to implement retail operations under the most challenging circumstances. “I am excited in unchartered territory,”...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    When Nike Inc. decided to add an e-commerce layer to its Web site-to sell the shoes and clothes it promotes online-staffers didn’t have much direct-to-consumer retail experience to go on: no catalog operation, no order-fulfillment program. But the executive who’s overseeing the launch, Mary…
  • For American Eagle buyers, it’s more fashion, less paperwork

    American Eagle has deployed a web-based buying system that streamlines the purchase order process and lets buyers focus on what they do best—finding fashion material.

    Posted 05/02/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    American Eagle has deployed a web-based buying system that streamlines the purchase order process and lets buyers focus on what they do best—finding fashion material.
  • Three execs fill David Dyer’s shoes at Lands’ End/Sears

    When former Lands’ End CEO David Dyer left Sears to join Tommy Hilfiger, he left as CEO of the Lands’ End apparel unit, executive vice president and general manager of Sears Customer Direct and the same position at its Great Indoors home furnishings business.

    Posted 08/28/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    When former Lands’ End CEO David Dyer left Sears to join Tommy Hilfiger, he left as CEO of the Lands’ End apparel unit, executive vice president and general manager of Sears Customer Direct and the same position at its Great Indoors home furnishings business.
  • In-vesting in a web site

    The web has long been touted as the ultimate one-to-one medium. Seattle-based Rivers West, which makes fleece apparel, hopes to prove that’s true. Shoppers at riverswest.com can create their own $100 vests, choosing from more than 5,000 combinations of eight basic styles. Rather than warehouse all these combinations, Rivers West manufactures the vests to order. The company tells buyers to allow two weeks. Rivers West has done no marketing and is...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    The web has long been touted as the ultimate one-to-one medium. Seattle-based Rivers West, which makes fleece apparel, hopes to prove that’s true. Shoppers at riverswest.com can create their own $100 vests, choosing from more than 5,000 combinations of eight basic styles. Rather than warehouse…
  • Sue Levin`s startup gives the long-ignored women`s sportswear market a www.workout

    Sue Levin had all the vantage point she needed to survey the sorry state of women’s sportswear retailing. A five-year marketing executive at Nike, lifelong athlete and former sports journalist, Levin knew that few retailers specializing in women’s sports apparel had dared to tread beyond shoes. So when her friend Steve Hochman urged her to come run a company with its sights on pioneering the market, Levin gave up the security of her job at Nike...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Sue Levin had all the vantage point she needed to survey the sorry state of women’s sportswear retailing. A five-year marketing executive at Nike, lifelong athlete and former sports journalist, Levin knew that few retailers specializing in women’s sports apparel had dared to tread beyond shoes.…
  • For women not built like Barbie, Lucy.com throws the cookie cutter out the window

    An epiphany-when you realize that things don’t have to be the way you always thought they’d be-is the best way to describe Lucy.com, an innovative site that caters to active women who are just plain tired of trying to fit into the model stereotypes that haunt all segments of retailing. From swimsuits, to jog bras, to yoga pants, finding the right stuff to stuff yourself into for a workout can be a nightmare. And, the challenge of finding clothes...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    An epiphany-when you realize that things don’t have to be the way you always thought they’d be-is the best way to describe Lucy.com, an innovative site that caters to active women who are just plain tired of trying to fit into the model stereotypes that haunt all segments of retailing. From…

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