West Elm has partnered with apparel brand Eileen Fisher to introduce a sustainably made collection of home décor and furniture designed with upcycled materials, giving garments a second life beyond the closet.
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 posted a solid fourth quarter and fiscal year as the comparable sales across its retail brand portfolio enjoyed growth.
Williams-Sonoma banners West Elm and Pottery Barn Teen have teamed up to launch a co-designed furniture collection.
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.
Williams Sonoma’s retail brands outpaced expectations and powered through a strong fourth quarter and fiscal year.
Williams-Sonoma has filed a lawsuit against Amazon.com that claims patent- and trademark-infringement regarding alleged infringement of Williams-Sonoma intellectual property and unauthorized use of the company’s trademarks.
Williams-Sonoma has launched a cross-brand registry program called The One Registry Collective. It will allow gift registrants to build a registry that includes items from Williams Sonoma, West Elm, Pottery Barn and Pottery Barn Kids all in one place.