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Quick Quotes From Retail TouchPoints Live!

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The speaker slate for the initial Retail TouchPoints Live! at RetailX, held June 25-26 at McCormick Place in Chicago, included big-name retailers as well as a wide range of industry experts. From the organizational principles that powered rapid digital innovation at BJ’s Wholesale Club to Alibaba’s use of AI and personalization to supercharge its Singles Day event, presenters explored:

• The still-strong interrelationship of online and brick-and-mortar stores;

• The temptations of using price as a customer acquisition strategy;

• How Moosejaw maintains its brand identity and “edge” as part of the world’s largest retailer (Walmart);and

• The constantly evolving definitions of “omnichannel.”

Following are a few quick quotes that provide a taste of the presentations; more complete coverage will follow.

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I Tried to Find the Perfect Plus-Size Swimsuit With Subscription Boxes

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After watching the pool party episode of Shrill, filled with dozens of incredible plus-size women unafraid to show off their body in bold swimwear, my personal Google searches for “cute plus-size swimsuits” went up by 100 percent. Weeding through all the results, though, was exhausting.

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20 Best Swimsuits for Big Busts That Offer MAJOR Support

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Shopping for a swimsuit is difficult enough as it is – flimsy ties, saggy butts, monokinis in general – but add in a DD cup and it's freaking impossible to find a fit that makes you feel good. Before you spend hours in a cramped department store changing room, skim through this list, because I've already done the legwork (read: boob work) for you.

I tracked down the cutest suits that big-boobed people swear by – bikinis, one-pieces, tankinis, and not a grandma suit in sight. So if you've got a D cup, a G cup, or anything in between, keep on reading. Here are the best supportive swimsuits for big busts that look cute, too, according to people who really know.

Your summer just got a whoooole lot hotter. 🔥

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Adore Me’s Romain Liot: Modern lingerie brands need to be tech companies

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Adore Me launched as a direct-to-consumer intimates brand in 2012, using a wide range of sizes and competitive prices to take on the brands dominating the market.

According to Romain Liot, the COO of Adore Me, the company’s marriage of technology and fashion allows it to adapt to what the customer wants more easily than a traditional, established brand.

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