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Roderick Morris co-founded Lovevery to provide parents with a subscription-based model of toys that evolve with children as they develop. He spoke with Insider Intelligence about expanding the subscription business internationally, providing parents with proper data to make purchasing decisions for their children, and more.

Inflation isn’t stopping consumers from buying premium brands: Levi’s and Birkenstocks are some of the companies leveraging their brand equity to raise prices and secure favorable retail partnerships.

Store brands have traditionally proliferated when inflation or a recession spurs consumers to spend more conservatively. But as store brands become more premium and fill specific customer needs, price is no longer the only driving factor.

Farfetch and Neiman Marcus join forces to update luxury retail for the ecommerce age: The fashion platform will invest up to $200 million in the retailer, with the latter using Farfetch’s ecommerce tools to power digital channels.

Chinese fast-fashion retailer Shein seeks a $100 billion valuation: That’s more than the combined worth of H&M and Zara, despite Shein selling exclusively online.

In our 2022 US Apparel Retail Features Benchmark report, we break down the online and in-store features apparel shoppers value the most.

Amazon’s digital sales will grow significantly faster than the overall market in four categories this year.

US consumers pined for pre-pandemic pleasures in Q4 2021, with the delta wave receding and omicron just entering the frame—and it showed in their search behavior. Organic Google search visits to travel sites increased 41% year over year that quarter. Meanwhile, retail and consumer goods took a hit: Visits to those sites decreased 14% as the prospects of in-store shopping improved.

Insider Intelligence spoke with Angelic Vendette, vice president and head of marketing of Alo Yoga and Alo Moves.

On this episode of Brand Anatomy, where we get exclusive looks inside leading brands, Briefing director Jeremy Goldman sits down with Mike Janover, vice president of global digital and direct marketing at Gap Inc., to discuss how the clothing and accessories retailer is tackling personalization at scale, the nuances between the brand's marketing channels, and the top technologies it's implementing.

Fashion resale platforms focus on expansion first, profits later: The RealReal, thredUP, and Poshmark all saw strong sales in 2021, but must now cope with slow shopper growth and high infrastructure costs.

Shein’s legal maneuvers demonstrate its global ambitions: The fast-fashion retailer is expanding its Singapore presence as it attempts to bypass stricter Chinese rules on offshore IPOs.

US jewelry sales grew 27.5% in 2021 to reach $47.1 billion, making up 8.8% of the apparels and accessories category.

Across almost all product categories, US luxury shoppers are far more likely to make purchases in-store than online. Physical retail had the widest lead in the food and beverage category, followed by watches and jewelry. Digital got the upper hand in only fashion and travel, suggesting that for many tangible luxury goods, shoppers prefer to see and feel them before spending big bucks.

On today's episode, we discuss what the next big augmented reality (AR) experience might be, the Trojan horse of self-service retail, whether podcasting has a "hit" problem, the NFL's 2021 regular season ratings, a possible delivery drone milestone, an unpopular opinion about consumer choice, robot referees, and more. Tune in to the discussion with our analysts Oscar Orozco, Peter Vahle, and Blake Droesch.

On this episode of our new Behind the Numbers show, Reimagining Retail, our analyst Andrew Lipsman hosts Russ Dieringer, founder of Stratably, to discuss intrigue in the executive ranks at key retail media platforms Amazon, Walmart, and Instacart. They also rank their top four retail media trends for 2022.

Insider Intelligence spoke with Liz Hershfied, senior vice president and head of sustainability at Madewell, about how Madewell has repositioned itself to adopt sustainability into the brand’s ethos and the steps other retail companies should take to encourage sustainable shopping behaviors.

Read the latest Insider Intelligence stories about the metaverse.

Fashion resale surged during the pandemic under a unique set of circumstances.

Three billion fraudulent emails go out globally each day, often aimed at unleashing cyberattacks on companies of all types.