MyRegistry.com says the graduation registry business is second only to the wedding business at this time of year.
Robert Allen Duralee Group, which declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February, appears to have a buyer.
JCPenney is tapping a Macy’s Inc. veteran to take a new position in the home merchandising division.
Reeling from challenges dating back to the recession, Dessin Fournir announced plans to file for Chapter 11 protection.
Amid its continued expansion of its furniture line, Moss Studio is fine-tuning its focus on growing its textiles offerings.
It was two for two at High Point Market this spring for Leighdeux.
Upscale home textiles designer and retailer Riley Home marks two milestones this month.
Sequential Brands Group is selling the Martha Stewart and Emeril Lagasse brands for nearly $200 million less than it paid four years ago.
Perigold, Wayfair’s luxury e-comm operation, has expanded its designer brand portfolio.
Infinited Fiber Company, which converts waste into fiber, now can scale up.
Millennials want more personalized offers from retailers who want their loyalty, according to Oracle Bronto.
Target has created a new home collection for its Pillowfort brand.
Fred’s Inc. announced the closure of dozens of unprofitable stores by the end of next month as it explores strategic alternatives.
Convinced that brick-and-mortar retailing is very much alive and well, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet is ramping up its new store openings.
Flexsteel Industries is extending its partnership with performance fabric brand Revolution Fabrics to offer a new slipcover program.
Yves Delorme’s spring-summer 2019 collection is being presented with new eyes at the brand’s U.S. flagship store.
Chinese scientists are developing the ability to print flexible electronic fibers onto textiles and clothes using a 3D printer.
Kornit Digital Ltd. has launched the industry’s first digital, industrial process for high-quality printing on polyester that prevents dye migration.
With the introduction of its new Cratus program for the hospitality sector, GHCL is expanding its use of Supima cotton.
Heat-MX Worldwide has instituted No Microfiber technology (NMF) for its Loft MX, Stretch MX and Vegan Down MX products.