Andrea FelstedBloomberg Opinion Columnist
The fashion house has reportedly caught the attention of makeup giant Estee Lauder. Beauty really is in the eye of the beholder.
Nestle, Unilever and other manufacturers are managing to pass higher prices onto their customers. That might not last long.
Prices for the most popular secondhand luxury watches have peaked. It’s the latest sign that the bling boom might not last.
From Beyonce’s new single to baggy jeans and bucket hats, consumer culture is living in the 1990s. Yet inflation and labor strikes recall an earlier era.
The storied brand has fallen victim to the same type of problems that toppled traditional department stores. But will an economic downturn give it a glowup?
Amid all the fears about inflation and recession, there’s one retail bright spot still glowing: trendy clothing.
The British retail chain has long been in decline. New owners have an opportunity to turn it around — though it won’t come easy or cheap.
Without another plot twist, this department-store saga could end in disappointment.
The retailer is known as one of America’s best-run stores. But lately it keeps missing the mark on what consumers want.
Shops and pubs are expected to get a boost from four days of celebrations, but don’t expect the lift to last.