Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp are about to change our shopping habits. Earlier this year, Instagram launched a new shopping feature in the US that allows users to purchase an item with a single tap of a button. The feature, which launched on March 19 in the US, allows users to buy products from fashion brands – including Burberry, Dior and Prada, as well as beauty labels KKW Beauty and Nars. With the new checkout feature, shoppers are able to select and pay for an item, all in one smooth process.
Retailers buying mobile-phone data that can track where and for how long people shop, eat, see movies -- and where they go before and after.
Entirely recyclable footwear would have been unimaginable a few years ago. But Adidas has achieved the first fully recyclable trainer that has a never-ending lifespan for spring 2021.
The fast fashion group will pilot online sales of second-hand garments on the Swedish site of its & Other Stories brand.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden — H&M will trial sales of second-hand and vintage clothes as it seeks to tap into consumers' growing concerns about the environmental cost of fast fashion, its head of sustainability said on Friday.
From big shoulders to brooches, polo necks to hip bags, see the trends you can take away with ease from the shows.
The autumn/winter 2019 fashion shows gave us fresh new talent, designer debuts and a whole lot of street style – but what of the clothes on the catwalk? We’ve broken down the most dominant and accessible trends to emerge from New York, London, Milan and Paris so that you can take note.
Instagram has launched an online shopping feature that will allow users to easily buy products directly from the social media platform. In short: users will be able to shop with a single tap on their phone.