In a customer study, Meijer found that 60% of shoppers plan to spend the same money on food and gifts this holiday season as they have in the past but will splurge on those closest to them, with kids being particular beneficiaries.
After launching a collaboration this spring, Crate & Barrel and interior designer Leanne Ford are expanding the assortment of her branded products through the retailer, including with a new fall collection.
As it continues development of private labels, Bed Bath & Beyond has launched its first children’s furnishings own brand, Marmalade.
Michaels is putting a fresh face on the children’s segment of its business both in store and online.
Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids and PBteen are expanding their home décor partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, which is inspired by the world of Harry Potter.
With an eye toward the back-to-school selling season, Walmart is launching several new initiatives that the retailer said will ease the shopping experience for parents and students as kids head back to the classroom.
Co-founded by Ayesha Curry, Cheeky Kids has expanded its Mealtime collection with new designs and whimsical characters to its line of reusable tableware for children ages three to eight years old.