Williams-Sonoma said it plans to close its U.S. stores on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, 2020.
Pottery Barn, together with The Renewal Workshop, a provider of circular solutions for apparel and textile brands, has unveiled the Pottery Barn Renewed initiative. The renewed line of products is said to represent the company’s first step towards becoming a circular business and furthering its leadership in sustainability.
Williams Sonoma is launching a new product partnership with The Trevor Project, a suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning) young people. The organization provides support to LGBTQ youth through free and confidential crisis services: its phone lifeline, chat, and text programs.
Williams-Sonoma and the company’s entire portfolio of retail brands will assist with the relief and recovery efforts of No Kid Hungry, a national campaign to end childhood hunger in America. As the coronavirus closes schools nationwide, millions of children across the U.S. are losing access to the school meals they depend on.
A range of retailers across channels are responding to the coronavirus outbreak with moves to temporarily close their stores, reduce store hours and other consumer and employee oriented initiatives.
Williams-Sonoma posted a solid fourth quarter and fiscal year as the comparable sales across its retail brand portfolio enjoyed growth.
Pottery Barn Kids, Pottery Barn Teen and Pottery Barn have launched Flour Shop by Pottery Barn Brands, a colorful home furnishings collaboration with Amirah Kassem of Flour Shop, a bakery known for its signature treats and social media-famous “Rainbow Explosion Cake.”
Williams-Sonoma has released its 2018 Corporate Responsibility Scorecard, with several milestones achieved company-wide toward responsible sourcing, sustainable design, landfill diversion, energy and carbon intensity, supply chain development, corporate giving and volunteering.
Williams-Sonoma made strides in the second quarter with comparable sales at West Elm and Pottery Barn identified as particular drivers.
Pottery Barn has launched an exclusive collection of home products that celebrates the 25th anniversary of the hit television show “Friends.”
Williams Sonoma’s retail brands outpaced expectations and powered through a strong fourth quarter and fiscal year.
This spring, Pottery Barn is enhancing its registry collection with the debut of several new collections of apparel and accessories by designer Monique Lhuillier. The collection includes an array of home products that includes tabletop, décor, bedding and gifts.
Pottery Barn has debuted a new home decor and registry gifting collection for spring as part of the retailer’s ongoing collaboration with designer Monique Lhuillier.