Krystina Gustafson is a content editor and retail reporter for CNBC.com.
Before joining CNBC, she was the online editor at Condé Nast-owned Women's Wear Daily, the trade publication for the fashion and retail industries.
Prior to WWD, Gustafson spent one year as a news associate at CNBC.com.
She holds a bachelor of arts degree in journalism from the University of Florida.
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Amazon discloses it generated $6.4 billion in revenue related to "retail subscription services" last year.
Not everyone on Wall Street is convinced that the recent runup in Kate Spade's stock is warranted.
The firm made the announcement while releasing its fourth-quarter and full-year earnings.
The still-limited adoption of "see now, wear now" shows just how tough it will be for the industry to take this tactic mainstream.
Wal-Mart has snapped up another online retailer, its third in five months, as it works to close the gap with Amazon.com.
The watchmaker missed Wall Street's fourth-quarter sales and profit expectations.
Designer labels face several major headwinds when it comes to producing goods in the USA.
Department store stocks have tumbled 13 percent since the chains started reporting holiday sales results last month.
The collections were a way for designers to express their political views and served as the next step in the "see now, buy now" evolution.
Le Tote wants to make runway fashions more accessible to everyday shoppers.