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Part III: How Peers Can Learn from Rent the Runway

Timeless Trademark ™ continues its five-part series revolving around Rent the Runway. Today, we discuss how rental startups can learn from Rent the Runway's logistics fiasco.

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Part II: The Importance of Logistics

Timeless Trademark ™ continues its five-part series revolving around Rent the Runway. Today, we discuss the importance of logistics.

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Bye Bye Barneys

After three months of drama, Barneys New York has been sold to Authentic Brands Group.

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Part I: Logistics Gone Bad

Photo: Medium Timeless Trademark ™ will be doing a five-part series revolving around Rent the Runway. Today, we discuss the art of logistics gone bad. NEW YORK ⁠— In late...

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The Chinese Consumer’s Relationship with Luxury Fashion

HONG KONG — The new wealth creation in China has helped fuel the growth of the global luxury market in recent years. Worldwide sales of luxury goods are growing faster...

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Will Michael Kors Trip Jimmy Choo?

The Feast of Jimmy Choo | Photo: Crystalblog LONDON — A few years ago, Michael Kors (NYSE:KORS) completely exhausted and devalued its namesake brand when it opened countless stores and made...

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Business and Market Activity, Week of 23 May 2016

Luxury Goods Sales to Grow By No More than 2 Percent in 2016 via Bain & Co released its spring update on the global luxury market. Sales will grow by...

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Prada Store Closures to Offset Openings and Protect Profit Margins

MILAN — Italian fashion house Prada S.p.A. will offset new shop openings with selective retail store closures this and next year in an effort to protect profit margins from weaker demand....

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Market Activity: Hermès, Condé Nast, Neiman Marcus, Tiffany & Co.

Hermès Hermès International SCA reported full-year earnings that beat analysts’ estimates, supported by sales of leather goods and demand in Japan. Operating profit rose 19 percent to 1.54 billion euros ($1.7...

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