We surveyed 2,000 Americans to explore how the pandemic has affected their fashion choices.
Our Chief Supply Chain Officer discusses the new age of retail supply chain amidst the COVID-19 disruption.
We spoke with Alexis DePree, chief supply chain officer, on all things safety, logistics and inspiration.
We're doing the best we can to support our people across our supply chain while they support us, and we'd like to show you how.
Yesterday (Tuesday, March 16), we shared our decision to temporarily close all Nordstrom stores in the U.S. and Canada to help do our part to slow the spread of COVID-19. We did not make this decision lightly and want to continue to take care of our employees as best we can by providing them with
Of the many ways we search for talent in technology, we are particularly proud of our partnership with the Ada Developers Academy.
Our new supply chain technology allows us to store and sort our product orders more efficiently, ultimately getting these products into the hands of our customers faster.
A discussion about our new goal in which by 2023, 70% of all our Nordstrom Made products will be produced in factories that support women's empowerment.
It's easy to find a specific product, but it can be difficult to find the right items to augment an outfit or complete a wardrobe. With those concerns in mind, we hit the drawing board and created something aimed at changing that.
Trends are evolving faster, new voices are influencing fashion and everyone is welcome to participate. Because of this, our approach to fashion forecasting had to also evolve.