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Kate Spade Courting New Customers

The company is eyeing technology as a way to increase customer acquisition efforts.

Forging Emotional Connections Key With Online Consumers

Converting Instagram likes into sales and merging commercial and editorial content were among the topics at the Decoded Fashion summit in London.

Wal-Mart Boosts Tech, Twitter's Shares Fall

Wal-Mart on Tuesday said that the technology and innovation arm of its global e-commerce team, @WalmartLabs, is bolstering its team of technologists.

Invista Launches Bio-Derived Lycra

The introduction represents a major development for one of the company's core products and a larger commitment to sustainability.

Mobile Driving 22% of Shoppers to Stores

Gallup survey finds mobile both helps and hurts retailers.

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Amazon Enters Wearable Tech

The e-tailer launched a storefront Tuesday that sells fitness and wellness trackers, smart watches, health care devices and wearable cameras.

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Wearable Tech Still Seeks Its Place

The true believers were out in force at the Smart Fabrics and Wearable Technology Conference in San Francisco last week.

Karen Harvey Organizes Inaugural Fashion Tech Forum

Gap Inc. has signed on as a partner for the one-day conference, to be held at New York’s Pier 59 Studios on June 25.

Basic Controls Can Help Deter Data Breaches

Verizon's data breach report noted 63,437 security incidents last year.

Storefront Raises $7.3M in Series A Round

The site connects merchants with retail space.

DKNY to Test Product 'Hunting' Technology

Awear Solutions is looking to make it easier for consumers to identify and buy a fashion item they have seen.

Andrea Weiss, Bill Mirabito Form Consulting Firm

Weiss and Mirabito said their mission is to help retailers develop seamless shopping experiences across channels.

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