Direct, Internet and Catalogue


Direct, Internet and Catalogue

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Yoox Eyes First Half '09 for IPO

Yoox Group, the Bologna, Italy-based Internet retailer, said Thursday that it plans to go public in the first part of 2009.

Luxe Firms Embracing Web Gain Sales

Few luxury firms sell online, yet among those that do online retail is an important part of their business, accounting for 12 percent of revenues on...

Ferragamo Sees 10 Units in India by 2013

Salvatore Ferragamo SpA is beefing up its presence in India.

Saks' Incandela on E-tail

Saks Direct President Denise Incandela came from McKinsey & Co., where she consulted on Internet retailing, to launch Saks Fifth Avenue's Web store in 1999.

Next Step for Social Shopping

Product bookmarking service ThisNext is thinking outside the Web site with ventures that include a Facebook application and a deal with Ford Models.

Natori Web Site Off to Strong Start

Several key items are selling well on the Web site that launched April 24.

Bare Necessities Goes Direct: 1M Catalogue Mailings This Year

Bare Necessities, the 10-year-old lingerie retailer, will launch its first catalogue this month.

Net-a-porter Adds Advertising, Off-Price's business continues to grow, and the company is moving in new directions.

Nau's Brick-and-Mortar, Online Hybrid

As outdoor clothier Nau blurs the line between designing apparel for the streets and the slopes, the brand is exploring the retail frontier by integrating...

Click-and-Mortar: Mall Hits Web

The Americana Manhasset has taken the e-commerce plunge.

Giorgio Armani, Gucci Enhance Web Profiles

Giorgio Armani and Gucci are boosting their profiles in cyberspace.

Wang Launches Bridal Lifestyle Online

Vera Wang's bridal lifestyle world is growing rapidly, and now the designer is creating an entirely new platform to showcase it.

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