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AI is poised to reinvent the shopping landscape
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Skincare and make-up brands are tailoring their packaging and applicators to catch the eye of shoppers staring at a screen rather than browsing store shelves.
Maternity modeling, redefined
Storq Maternity is replacing every single photo on its website with images of real women who are pregnant, postpartum or nursing.
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Should paintings of the rich and powerful help shape the truth or expose it?
Well-intended hosts are offering fewer instructions, while others are introducing creative dress codes that can raise more questions than they answer.
Retailing giant Target is closing some stalwart lines and creating niche labels to draw shoppers seeking something special
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