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  • High-end, high-tech

    Long considered e-commerce laggards, luxury brands have stepped up their online marketing.

    Posted 09/04/2013Thad RueterPost a comment

    Long considered e-commerce laggards, luxury brands have stepped up their online marketing.

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  • Nordstrom enters the fashionable private-sale space with HauteLook

    In a deal worth at least $180 million, high-end department store chain Nordstrom is acquiring HauteLook and joining the fast-paced e-retail fashion world of limited-time, private sale deals.

    Posted 03/01/2011Thad RueterPost a comment

    In a deal worth at least $180 million, high-end department store chain Nordstrom is acquiring HauteLook and joining the fast-paced e-retail fashion world of limited-time, private sale deals.
  • Getting web feet

    / E-Retailers

    Getting web feet

    Branded manufacturers are making big strides selling online. How will it affect stores?

    Posted 03/31/2010Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Branded manufacturers are making big strides selling online. How will it affect stores?

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  • Hip-Hop Shop

    Hip apparel retailer Karmaloop negotiates a tricky challenge: how to stay cool while growing up.

    Posted 05/29/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Hip apparel retailer Karmaloop negotiates a tricky challenge: how to stay cool while growing up.
  • For some e-commerce players, the web sparked considerable growth in 2008

    Offering everyday products over the web, selling overseas and taking bold expansion plans helped some retailers produce big growth numbers last year. Aeropostale, for example, grew web sales by 85% and American Apparel, 55%.

    Posted 04/01/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Offering everyday products over the web, selling overseas and taking bold expansion plans helped some retailers produce big growth numbers last year. Aeropostale, for example, grew web sales by 85% and American Apparel, 55%.
  • Ralph Lauren kicks off interactive e-commerce at Rugby.com

    Rugby.com, until now a brochure site, joins RalphLauren.com as Ralph Lauren Media LLC’s second e-commerce site. Rugby stores will mark the debut of the Web 2.0-powered site with touch-screen windows for street-side e-commerce.

    Posted 08/27/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Rugby.com, until now a brochure site, joins RalphLauren.com as Ralph Lauren Media LLC’s second e-commerce site. Rugby stores will mark the debut of the Web 2.0-powered site with touch-screen windows for street-side e-commerce.
  • 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.
  • At Ralph Lauren, window shopping is hands-on

    Bringing a whole meaning to window shopping, Polo Ralph Lauren`s flagship Madison Ave. store in New York used touch-sensitive technology to let passers-by touch its window glass to make a purchase. "We`re re-inventing the concept of shopping any time," senior vice president David Lauren says.

    Posted 09/28/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Bringing a whole meaning to window shopping, Polo Ralph Lauren`s flagship Madison Ave. store in New York used touch-sensitive technology to let passers-by touch its window glass to make a purchase. "We`re re-inventing the concept of shopping any time," senior vice president David Lauren says.
  • Sponsored Case Study:Eliminating the Assumptions in Guess?`s Site Search Strategy

    Although site search is a major component in the performance of any retailer’s web site, it nevertheless remains one of the most underutilized merchandising tools by retailers. The chief shortcoming of site search is the inability of the application to match partial search strings to a desired product or to recognize new words in the shopper’s vocabulary for an item in stock. The latter is a problem that is far greater for apparel...

    Posted 05/04/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Although site search is a major component in the performance of any retailer’s web site, it nevertheless remains one of the most underutilized merchandising tools by retailers. The chief shortcoming of site search is the inability of the application to match partial search strings to a desired…
  • Run faster, jump higher, be cooler

    When you’re a company known for basic canvas sneakers, it’s hard to cultivate an image of coolness. But Keds Inc. is hoping to pull off an image change with a micro-website featuring actress Mischa Barton, star of the Fox TV series “The OC” and the epitome of cool for many young women.

    Posted 09/01/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    When you’re a company known for basic canvas sneakers, it’s hard to cultivate an image of coolness. But Keds Inc. is hoping to pull off an image change with a micro-website featuring actress Mischa Barton, star of the Fox TV series “The OC” and the epitome of cool for many young women.

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