In this season of joy, Nordstrom and Nordstrom Rack are inviting you home for the holidays
We share the progress made toward our set of five-year goals related to corporate social and environmental responsibility and diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.
Join us as we support Black businesses nationwide to increase representation of brands and voices, and work together to create a more equitable retail and fashion industry
We are continuing to champion the visibility of LGBTQIA+ owned and founded brands both in-store and online, support Pride festivals nationwide, and continue our long-standing relationships with partner organizations
Demonstrating shared investment in the next generation of Black designers studying at HBCUs
Nordstrom and The Folklore Group are joining forces to bring the best in global fashion closer to the Nordstrom customer. Through The Folklore Connect platform, a first-of-its-kind e-commerce tool, Nordstrom will be better able to identify and engage with wholesale fashion and lifestyle brands
As we close out another year, we’re celebrating the milestones and progress we made in 2022
We sat down with LaToya Williams-Belfort on the important role businesses and customers play in supporting Black-owned and founded brands this holiday season and beyond
We are excited to launch a new Product Management track with courses at Morehouse College
In celebration of the inaugural NYC HBCU Football Classic in New York City, Nordstrom hosted a series of events to welcome HBCU students and alumni to our NYC Flagship store
August marks the beginning of Black Business Month, a moment established in 2004 as a time to acknowledge, appreciate and support Black businesses across the U.S.
For National Intern Day we talked to two summer interns about their experience at Nordstrom, skills they’ve gained and the importance of working for a company that aligns with your values
Pride 2022 at Nordstrom roots in connection, culture and community by amplifying LGBTQIA+ voices and celebrating community
Nordstrom to honor, spotlight and give back to the LGBTQIA+ community in June and beyond
We released our 2021 Impact Report, which shares the progress made toward our 2025 Corporate Social Responsibility goals and a look back on the previous year’s commitments to responsible business.
This year, we were grateful for the opportunity to sponsor with HBCU Battle of the Brains for their fifth annual competition
Jen Jackson Brown, president and executive vice president of Nordstrom Product Group, recently joined the Harlem's Fashion Row for a discussion on brand partnerships with our Nordstrom Product Group.
In honor of Black History Month, we have launched an in-store marketplace with Black-Owned Brooklyn
This year, we are proud to be honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. by supporting local communities and providing our employees the resources to help give back
Celebrating 2021's major milestones and events
We rounded up a few of the year's top trends and launches as we look back on 2021
We are proud to launch a partnership with Black Owned Everything and founder and celebrity stylist Zerina Akers
Over the next few days, we'll highlight employees from around the company and the important role AfroTech plays in achieving our goals.
In honor of Latinx Heritage Month, we are celebrating Latinx-owned and operated brands, expanding our Inclusive Beauty product selection, donating to organizations that support the Latinx community and more.
Our 2025 goals guide us as we work to address areas where our company and industry have the most impact and create the most positive change.
We've signed the Fifteen Percent Pledge by announcing a new commitment to growing businesses owned or founded by Black individuals.
Gemma Lionello and Fanya Chandler Joined NRF to Discuss Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging at Nordstrom
Gemma Lionello and Fanya Chandler shared insight into Nordstrom's commitment to diversity, inclusion and belonging.
Our Nordstrom Made brand, BP. introduced an ongoing collaboration with WILDFANG — a brand that challenges stereotypes and gender norms.