• Quip Expands With Move To Walmart, More Products
    The Walmart launch includes electric toothbrushes for adults in both metal and plastic, kids' brushes and toothpaste, and an eco-friendly refillable floss string.
  • Bra-less Forever? Frankly Targets New Fashion Angle
    Frankly plans to make clothes with built-in bras that are fully supportive, including bodysuits functional enough to wear to work.
  • Will Consumers Fall Back In Love With DNA Testing?
    Privacy concerns are growing, which is probably part of the reason interest is cooling.
  • Bloomscape Readies Move Into Outdoor Plants
    The Detroit-based houseplant company also announced the acquisition of Vera, a plant-care app that provides content and troubleshooting.
  • Warby Parker Spends Most On TV Ads, Health Brands Beef Up Buys
    CNN is the favorite ad buy, with more than double the revenue of either Fox News or MSNBC.
  • In Biggest Campaign Ever, Harry's 'Not The Same' Celebrates Independent Thinkers
    The campaign stars a handful of glorious nonconformists hot-tubbing in the back of a pickup truck, happily toting a standard poodle, etc.
  • Stitch Fix Expands, Capturing Post-COVID Shifts
    Stitch Fix has an advantage because it adds the element of personalization to shopping.
  • For Labor Day, Shapermint Outfits Unemployed Goddesses
    Shapermint, a brand built on shoring up women's jiggly bits, is reaching out to a new audience, giving unemployed, low-income women a boost when they're out job-hunting.
  • How Are Fashionistas Surviving Pandemic? Stealth Luxury, Plenty Of Streetwear
    One big trend: "stealth luxury" items, which look expensive without a screaming-loud logo.
  • Lunya Urges Women To Vote In Bed
    The D2C brand's new "Vote in Bed" campaign promotes absentee voting from the comfiest spot in the house.
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