Growth in the $89B US menswear market is driven by demand for more casual apparel. Athletic menswear brands, Nike, Adidas, and Under Armour, are taking market share from traditional brands.
Recommerce and thrift shopping are going mainstream as consumers increasingly seek out value (both economic and ethics-based), clothing that expresses individuality and that is Instagrammable.
At midyear, we take stock of the major trends we identified in January to see how they have played out in global retail in the first half of 2019, and identify two new trends we think will be significant in later 2019 and into 2020.
The RealReal raised $300 million in its June 28 NASDAQ IPO. The stock went up 44.5% to $28.90 per share in its first day.
This report reviews the most recent quarterly earnings for (mostly) US-based companies in the Coresight 100, our focus list of retailers, brand owners and real estate firms.
On April 1, 2019, nonprofit organization Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey (Goodwill NYNJ) announced a partnership with technology startup Price Technologies (Price) to offer more opportunities for shoppers to buy secondhand items.
Get ready for better stores and better retailing. We expect 2019 to be a year of reinvention — and not just for the retail sector as a whole, but for physical stores in particular. As we outline over the following pages, we anticipate that the year will be marked by spectacular retail, fast retail and smart retail.
The retail industry has undergone a significant transformation over the past decade, and continues to evolve quickly. In 2019, the market will be defined by emerging technologies that change the way consumers interact with brands, by new engagement formats and channels, as retailers look to collaboration more with startups to future-proof their businesses.
As US retailers report comparable sales for the 2018 holiday season, we’re seeing a mixed bag of results. Some retailers such as Costco and Boot Barn did well, reporting strong comparable sales growth and beating consensus estimates. Retailers such as Target, Barnes & Noble and Buckle showed sequential comparable sales growth improvement, but not as strong. Comparable sales at Macy’s and L Brands weakened sequentially.
In this report, we explore the online furniture re-commerce market and examine some of its key players.
China’s growing online recommerce industry is primarily dominated by two integrated platforms—Alibaba’s Xianyu and Tencent-backed Zhuan Zhuan—with a combined market share of over 90%.
This infographic on China's Fashion Recommerce Market includes market penetration for China vs US, market share for key players, growth drivers and key challenges
China’s online luxury fashion recommerce market is in a nascent phase—with a penetration rate of less than 5% compared to 10%–15% in the US—and is growing rapidly.
US full-price retailers are suffering while re-commerce is thriving, and re-commerce is currently one of the fastest-growing sectors in retail. The marketplace for online fashion resale (“recommerce”) continues to evolve rapidly.
This infographic on fashion's Recommerce evolution includes market revenues, key players, membership numbers and investor funding