Wellness

Automotive PSFK's 10th Annual Future Of Retail Report Will Guide Brands And Retailers Into The Age Of Personal Utility

PSFK's Future Of Retail 2020: Retail As Personal Utility report provides a strategic roadmap for brands and retailers to deliver hyper-personalized service that meets the unique needs of every customer in a post-experiential era

Brand Activation & Immersion Bodega is a new store that offers healthy food to low-income shoppers, plus employment opportunities for homeless people and veterans

Bodega, run by the nonprofit Love Without Reason, is a new store in the Westlake neighborhood of Los Angeles that offers healthy food to low-income shoppers, plus employment opportunities for homeless people and veterans. Everything on the menu is $5 or less, inspired by the free breakfast program run by the Black Panthers.

Fashion & Apparel The ASOS Foundation's Upcycled Hygiene Products Are Helping Keep Women In School

The online fashion retailer is transforming textile waste into a ticket for young women's undisrupted education and to support their wellbeing, creating re-usable sanitary pads

Health CVS Health X Unite Us directs vulnerable patients to local care network

CVS Health and its subsidiary health insurer Aetna partnered with coordinating platform Unite Us to create a social network that makes it easier for the most vulnerable patients to find local care providers. The program is being tested in three pilot programs, with hopes to scale nationally.

Retail NYRIW Panel Preview: Engaging The Wellness Consumer

Ahead of speaking on our panel “Engaging The Wellness Consumer,” part of New York Retail Innovation Week, PSFK caught up with featured speakers for a better understanding of who these wellbeing-focused consumers are—and how their needs for education and community are creating new opportunities for brands to act as trusted partners

Beauty Harvey Nichols's Beauty & Wellbeing Space is an entire floor dedicated to self-care

This luxury London department store has an entire floor dedicated to ‘self-care,’ offering a range of beauty and wellness services, from podiatry to dermatology. Consumers can stop by Reviv Genetics to learn their genetic makeup or head to Beyond Medispa for face and body treatments. Wellness-focused shoppers can also step inside the private treatment rooms for exclusive services from the likes of La Prairie, Sisley, Elemis and Thalgo.

Interview Why SoulCycle Is Offering Luxury Vacations For The Health & Fitness Set

PSFK catches up with Black Tomato co-founder Tom Marchant and SoulCycle CEO Melanie Whelan to explore extending the brand-consumer connection through unique travel experiences

Advertising Join PSFK For Our Annual New York Retail Innovation Week Festival In January 2020

Get immersed in our city-wide festival that showcases the most creative and progressive thinking around retail and consumer experience innovation

Case Study This Groundbreaking Startup Plans To Build A Garden In Every Back Yard

With a growing consumer interest in wellness, sustainability and coaching startups, Avalow is poised to become a major name in home gardening

Cafe & Restaurant This Cocktail Brand Might Make The World's Most Spiritual Drink

On-demand beverage brand The Grand Bevy just introduced a program that claims to balance participants' chakras

Fitness & Sport Cuvée Offers Community Wellness Retreats For Travelers Who Want A Reset

Luxury hospitality brand Cuvée is turning four of its properties into wellness getaways in 2020, catering to likeminded visitors

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel United Airlines Unveils A New App That Could End Jet Lag Forever

In a partnership with Timeshifter, United Airlines is stopping jet lag before it starts by helping users sleep and wake up on schedule

Analysis Seoul's Best Makeup Stores Are Immersive Playgrounds For Beauty Lovers

From beer-themed concept stores to indoor camping trailers, these makeup brands have turned Seoul into a must-visit beauty destination

Innovation This Clean Beauty Brand's Hotline Gives Customers Advice Over Text

Versed, a clean skincare brand, now lets its shoppers text its employees with questions about its products and how to use them