Sprint Adds Customers as It Pushes T-Mobile Merger

Sprint added to its subscriber base in its most recent quarter as the country’s No. 4 wireless carrier continued its efforts to persuade regulators to bless its merger with T-Mobile.
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Abercrombie Moving Closer to Where Its Customers Are

Abercrombie & Fitch Co. has teamed with lifestyle hospitality firm SBE for a series of co-branded events and pop-up shops at select SBE properties.
SBE, founded in 2002 by chief executive officer Sam Nazarian, develops and manages hotels, residences, restaurants, and nightclub and entertainment venues. Following the acquisition of Morgans Hotel Group, in partnership with The Yucaipa Cos., and Cain International, SBE will have a global portfolio that includes 25 hotels and more than 170 lifestyle and entertainment venues by the end of 2018.
Under the terms of the partnership, members of the A&F Club, Abercrombie’s loyalty program, will be rewarded with special benefits across SBE’s hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues. Members can also enter to win VIP access to grand openings and other SBE cultural events. SBE guests will have select access to the brand’s pop-up shops and exclusive offers. The first event was held Tuesday night at the Mondrian Los Angeles, where attendees had the opportunity to see and try the brand’s new denim collection.
Stacia Andersen, Abercrombie’s brand president, said of the shared target demographic: “With its global presence, its dedication to its guests, and its strong track record of creating immersive experiences, SBE is a great fit for our

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Tweens: The Hardest Hotel Customers to Please

They’re too old for kiddie activities, too young for teen programs, but children from 8 to 12 need to stay busy to ensure return visits.
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Airbnb customers being scammed by criminals

Airbnb customers are being targeted by scammers who are sending convincing phishing emails, a cybersecurity company has warned.
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Balenciaga Apologizes to Chinese Customers for Fight at Printemps

BEIJING — A four-second video clip of a violent scuffle involving several Balenciaga customers at Printemps in Paris has prompted an apology from the brand, after it fielded accusations that it discriminated against Chinese shoppers.
According to the user who uploaded the video, the fight broke out when French shoppers attempted to enter, bypassing a line of Chinese customers waiting for their turn.
“Boycott Balenciaga discriminating against Chinese. Really angry, queuing up and yet get hit by the people cutting in line. From now on, buy Chinese Li Ning [the sportswear brand],” the video caption read, adding that Balenciaga would not be able to sell its shoes if Chinese consumers stopped buying them. Since posting, it has been viewed over 820,000 times.
The brand apologized in a statement on Thursday saying, “The house of Balenciaga regrets the incident that took place yesterday morning at a department store in Paris while customers were waiting to enter its corner shop. The security staff acted immediately to restore the calm. Balenciaga sincerely apologizes to the customers who were present and reaffirms its strong commitment to respect equally all its customers.”
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Street Signs: Will Streetwear Customers Buy a Tie?

Things are changing quickly within men’s wear. When WWD visited Guillermo Andrade a few months ago at 424 on Fairfax, the Los Angeles store he founded in 2010, Dior Homme was setting up a pop-up and Kris Van Assche was the creative lead. Now Van Assche is at Berluti, Kim Jones is at Dior Homme and Virgil Abloh is the creative director at Louis Vuitton men’s, signaling an arrival of sorts for the streetwear category.
Things have also changed with Andrade, who has his own label, named 424, that is carried at retailers including Barneys New York and Selfridges. Andrade has developed a design identity with his 424 armbands, hoodies and T-shirts with subtle social messages, and for spring is inching into new territory with a few tailored pieces.
Tailored clothing isn’t completely foreign to streetwear. Supreme created a seersucker suit with Brooks Brothers in 2014 and Off-White’s fall 2018 men’s wear collection was based on workplace uniforms. Andrade’s expansion could indicate how streetwear might evolve as it aims to stake out more floor space in department stores and grow up with its customers.
WWD spoke to Andrade about growing his L.A.-made streetwear brand, the viability of the category and the possibility of him taking

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Original Penguin Bets on Genius, Wale to Remain Relevant With Customers

Original Penguin, like many other brands, is trying to figure out how to speak to the Millennial consumer in an authentic way. According to Kristin Dicunzolo, the vice president of marketing and communications at Original Penguin, working with Genius as its only media outlet for the entire season was a way to do that.
“In the past we’ve used a variety of media partners, but we wanted to go all in with Genius to have 100 percent of the shared voice,” said Dicunzolo, who added that it was important for the brand to work with a platform outside of the fashion space.
Genius, which was founded in 2009, primarily focused on publishing lyrics to rap songs — it was originally called Rap Genius. The platform has since expanded its content — lyrics, news, videos, artist interviews, etc. — to cover all music genres.
In 2016 Genius signed a deal with Spotify, the music streaming service, to integrate annotated lyrics into the music playback experience. Brands are beginning to play with selling merchandise on these platforms. Pat McGrath recently launched a line of beauty products with pop star Maggie Lindemann over Spotify.
“Music resonates with the Millennial customer and we want to make sure we

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Caterpillar Unit Cheated Customers, Tossed Evidence Into Ocean to Hide It

United Industries, a unit of Caterpillar, admitted that it cheated customers by performing unnecessary repairs to their railcars and pleaded guilty to dumping brake shoes and other parts into the ocean to hide evidence.
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How Tommy John Introduces Its Brand to Macy’s Customers

Tommy John has made its way to Macy’s.
The men’s underwear brand, which was founded by Tom Patterson in 2008, began as an online-only company, but eventually moved into wholesale partnerships with Nordstrom and Men’s Wearhouse. Now, the company has secured a selling area at Macy’s Herald Square where Tommy John will operate a holiday pop-up that’s open through January.
“The underwear section of any department can be a very crowded space with hundreds of brands, styles and silhouettes cramped into limited square footage,” said Patterson. “By choosing to launch the Tommy John pop-up in Macy’s Herald Square, we’ve pulled Tommy John away from all the underwear brands on the market and taken over our own space to showcase the product and its features and benefits.”
In addition to a pop-up that showcases what Patterson described as an improved shopping experience that transforms underwear from a commodity to a more considered purchase, the company made a splash with an appearance from  comedian Kevin Hart, who invests in Tommy John and recently released collaborative product with the company. The first 200 customers who purchased pieces from the Tommy John x Kevin Hart collection were able to meet Hart, take a photo with him at

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Jewson tells customers data may have been stolen

Builders’ merchant Jewson has taken its store offline and warned customers that their data may have been stolen by hackers.
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Mobile companies overcharging customers after contracts end

The UK government said the firms needed to inform customers when they had paid for their handsets.
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HanesBrands Markets New Maidenform and Playtex Items With Curvy Customers in Mind

CURVES AHEAD: Body confidence is very much de rigueur on social media, in advertising and on the runway. Just ask Jennifer Aniston, Chloë Grace Moretz, Khloé Kardashian and Karrueche Tran who have recently spoken out about fat-shaming.
Trying to be proactive, HanesBrands has introduced more full-figure and plus-size pieces under its Maidenform and Playtex labels. In an effort to appeal to Millennials who are said to prefer the term “curvy,” the company is pitching these new products as Maidenform Curvy and Playtex Love My Curves. After a year of research, the company said women who fit that description want intimate apparel that does not compromise fit, selection, color or style. Playing to that concept, Maidenform Curvy shapewear is designed for women whose dress sizes range between 16 and 30. It is sold in department stores and online, with retail prices starting at $ 44. Playtex Love My Curves, meanwhile, is available in sizes up to a G cup with retail bra prices starting at $ 42.
With these line extensions, both brands are trying to gain more sales in a burgeoning sector. For the 12 months ended June 2017, 30 percent of the combined dollar volume of bras, panties and shapewear stemmed from plus-size purchases,

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Customers ‘furious’ with TNT after cyber-attack meltdown

The courier is still struggling to return operations to normal more than a month after the NotPetya attack.
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Hack on Italy’s largest bank affects 400,000 customers

Data from 400,000 accounts belonging to Italy’s biggest bank are thought to have been exposed.
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Bupa data breach affects 500,000 insurance customers

An employee copied and removed customer information on international insurance plans, Bupa says.
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Apple Agrees to Store Data for Chinese Customers in China

The iPhone maker will begin storing data for its customers in China with a government-owned company—a move that means relinquishing some control over its Chinese data.
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Net-a-Porter’s Latest California Takeover Serves New and Existing Customers

Net-a-Porter today is capping off a week-long California takeover to enhance its business in the Golden State with new and existing customers. On June 2, Net partnered with Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and Cultured art magazine for a private ladies luncheon and guided tour at MOCA’s main museum in downtown L.A. Cultured editor in chief Sarah Harrelson and Net VIP customer Shari Glazer also cohosted the luncheon celebrating women and the arts. Following lunch, guests were given a private tour of the museum’s new “Kerry James Marshall: Mastry” exhibit, guided by MOCA Director Philippe Vergne.
Later that evening, Net’s client relations team headed to Napa Valley to host a dinner with April Gargiulo, founder of cult beauty brand Vintner’s Daughter. Gargiulo is also chairman of this year’s Napa Valley Auction, to which Net donated 15 percent of sales from full price product from purchases made by dinner attendees to benefit the area’s non-profit of choice, the Boys & Girls Club of Napa Valley.
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Cyberattack hits 26,000 Debenhams customers

A cyberattack has compromised the personal data of up to 26,000 Debenhams customers.
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Dallas says “ghost calls” to 911 from T-Mobile customers aren’t to blame for deaths

Dallas says “ghost calls” to 911 from T-Mobile customers aren’t to blame for deathsLast week, a child in Dallas died after his babysitter's repeated calls to 911 went unanswered. Local authorities have not confirmed that the tragedy was related to an ongoing 911 ghost call problem.



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T.J. Maxx Customers And Employees Sound Off On Ivanka Trump

T.J. Maxx and Marshalls employees were instructed this week to remove all Ivanka Trump signage and mix her products with the rest of the stores’ vast offerings.

The company said its decision to stop featuring Trump’s merchandise was based on “a number of factors,” pointing out they send similar communications “from time to time.” But many took it as a signal that yet another retailer is distancing itself from the Trump family, perhaps in response to sluggish sales due to the #Grabyourwallet boycott movement. Last week, both Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus stopped carrying Trump’s products. 

T.J. Maxx and Marshalls have massive followings of faithful bargain-hunting shoppers. But how do they, and people who work at the stores, really feel about the whole thing?

We visited a T.J. Maxx on 57th Street in New York City, which voted overwhelmingly against Donald Trump, to find out. 

Chris, a woman shopping for pantyhose, made clear her disdain for doing business with Trump partners. “You just reminded me that they didn’t stop selling it, they just stopped featuring it,” she said, putting down a pair of pantyhose and heading for the exit. “I need these for a funeral, but I won’t buy them here. Thank you for reminding me.” 

Other people were less concerned. A few shoppers who declined to give their names said they didn’t feel strongly either way, or that the fact that the store carries Ivanka Trump “doesn’t matter, it’s just clothes.” One employee was ambivalent, while a recent hire said he agreed with the decision to stop featuring Trump’s line.

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A shopper named Danielle, who only recently began frequenting TJ Maxx, was a bit conflicted. She questioned whether or not Ivanka Trump should be subject to the boycott, voicing her support for female entrepreneurship and wondering if the president’s daughter might “be getting unduly punishment for something she did not do.”

Trump was a key member of her father’s campaign, prompting groups like #GrabYourWallet to begin boycotting her product lines during the campaign season. Despite being unsure how she felt about the issue overall, Danielle said the boycott has had an effect: She’s found herself “looking at [Trump’s] products with ambivalence” as a result. 

Margherita, a regular shopper at both T.J Maxx and Marshalls, said she was pleased to have been in a Marshalls store when the employees started taking down Trump signs. 

“You shouldn’t have a clothing line if you’re involved in government, but there is a downside to this now, too,” she suggested. “I think it will make her merchandise more rare and valuable now that it is being sold in [fewer] stores, but I appreciate the stores making a statement.”  

Focusing on merchandise displays is losing sight of what’s actually important, said a shopper named Art. 

“There are more important issues than where people are putting their clothes. People are losing their healthcare… There is a laundry list of more important things to worry about. The average American can’t even afford to fucking shop at Nordstrom, anyway. People say ‘God bless America,’ but I say ‘God help America.’”

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Torrid Got Its Customers To Pose In Their Underwear, And It’s Magic

Torrid ― a clothing, accessory, swimwear, lingerie and shoe retailer for women sizes 10-30 ― introduced its newest ads Thursday, and the results are pretty epic. 

The brand tapped both influencers and its customers to star in its #TheseCurves campaign, featuring women of many shapes and sizes on its site and inspiring women to share photos of themselves in their underwear.

Included in the mix is Anna O’Brien, or glitterandlazers as she’s known on social media, who explained in a release how excited she is to be “part of a campaign that celebrates the bodies many of us grew up being taught to hate.”

Also featured is blogger and Refinery29 writer Liz Black, who said on Instagram that while it took “years” to love her body, now she prefers to “celebrate it in style.” In a statement, she also applauded Torrid for its fashionable offerings. “My body deserves better than the blandness typically offered to plus size women,” she said. 

Torrid also took to its own Instagram to share some images, including a shot featuring familiar faces Precious Lee and Georgina Burke.

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Torrid’s campaign prowess is not limited to lingerie. It released an equally epic denim campaign back in July 2016.

Check out just some of the gorgeous #TheseCurves participants below. 

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Abercrombie & Fitch’s New Ideal Customers: Grad Students

Abercrombie & Fitch has been on a roller coaster of late, working to find its footing in a retail landscape that’s rapidly shifting and with a teen audience that’s getting much more fickle (they care a lot more about keeping up with the latest tech trends than splurging on clothes). The brand has done the design switches, like allowing black on its shelves for the first time, and the corporate shakeup, removing Mike Jeffries from the CEO role. The latest round of strategic moves? Rethinking who the brand is trying to reach.

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“The Abercrombie brand can travel a bit up the age scale. [It’s] less able to be a true teen brand,” Arthur C. Martinez, chairman of Abercrombie & Fitch Co., told WWD, explaining that the ideal customers are college and graduate students, though “not to the mid-30s necessarily.”

“We are creating a new positioning and new imagery to target the customer,” he said, noting changes would be fully apparent in the fall. A tour through the offerings on its website already show clothing noticeably different than what you might remember from high school. The jeans and cutoffs are widely the same, but shirts feel as if they’re paying closer attention to trends that came down the runway (Martinez reported that bottoms have consistently performed well, while “fashion tops” is the sector that struggles).

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This halter crop top, paired with high-waisted trousers, is the sort of chic outfit you’d spot on a street-style star roaming fashion week—in other words, the furthest thing from a hugely logoed baby tee.

Oh, and regarding those logos: They’re coming back. Kind of.

“The logo will be subtle and less visible. It won’t be splashed across the chest,” Martinez said, telling WWD that the company “overreacted” with its earlier decisions to move away from the look. “Logo product has an important place across the company.”

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