d2c brands
industry insider
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January 9, 2023
Confused by Interior Define’s rough-and-tumble journey from thriving DTC to maligned brand to Havenly’s newest acquisition? BOH explains how it all went down (so far).
weekly feature
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December 28, 2022
After a golden era flush with cash, big ideas and wunderkind founders, the favorable landscape for direct-to-consumer startups hit the skids in 2022. Why are so many DTC brands shuttering, selling or flailing now? Fred Nicolaus breaks down three key reasons.
mergers & acquisitions
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December 14, 2022
The direct-to-consumer home essentials brand has been purchased by a holding company.
mergers & acquisitions
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December 1, 2022
In today’s tough climate, many DTC owners are seeking options to keep their businesses afloat. Enter holding companies like Pattern Brands and investors like OpenStore, which have risen to fill a crucial market gap.
furniture
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November 16, 2022
Scalamandré and Cloth & Company are teaming up to launch a direct-to-consumer furniture line that will be manufactured on demand and delivered with a three-week turnaround time.
weekly feature
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November 9, 2022
In early 2022, Interior Define was on an upward trajectory, growing fast and making big hires. But recently, a cash crunch has left thousands of the brand’s orders in limbo—and customers furniture-less and frustrated.
industry insider
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November 7, 2022
Backed by $25 million in funding, three Peloton co-founders—including former CEO John Foley—are launching a custom rug brand, Ernesta, which debuts early next year.
industry insider
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October 5, 2022
The direct-to-consumer brand once focused entirely on selling bedding online. Now, as it expands into new categories and grows its showroom footprint, founder Ariel Kaye shares why designers are a key customer base.
retail
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April 12, 2022
With four new locations set to open this year, a hospitality collection and a new warehouse in Canada, the DTC bedding disruptor looks to kick off a new phase of growth.
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