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Mules: Disturbing the footwear market

Peripatetic workforces and nomadic lifestyles are disrupting seasonal purchases, particularly within the footwear market and the rise of mules are evidence of this. WGSN’s Isabelle Coates reports.

2018’s new thrift stores: Los Angeles

The city of Los Angeles has a lot to offer when it comes to retail and in this piece, we shine a light on the latest openings of vintage consignment boutiques in and around the city.

Bitcoin Pizza Day: How two pizzas chart the rise of the cryptocurrency

Today marks ‘Bitcoin Pizza Day’, eight years since programmer Laszlo Hanyecz used 10,000 bitcoins (then worth $30), to purchase two pizzas. With bitcoins current value, it would be an 82 million dollar order. WGSN’s Alice Gividen reports

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M&S to shut 100 stores by 2022, radical plan for “fewer, better” fashion doors

Marks & Spencer has announced it will close 100 stores over the next four years. That ends widespread speculation ahead of its much-anticipated 12-month trading statement tomorrow that is expected to reveal further declines in its Clothing & Home division.

The Sustainability Series: THE KINDCRAFT

We caught up with THE KINDCRAFT founder Lauren K. Lancy for the next in our sustainability series to talk her experience, THE KINDCRAFT mission and the longevity of slow fashion.

The transparent trend: SS18 and beyond

Transparent accessories are key for SS18, but they’re set to evolve as we look to future seasons. Fulfilling the essential, commercial and directional market, here are three ways to give this trend a fresh feel. WGSN reports

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