Retail Round-up: Spring Promotions Are Here, and Canadian Retail Gets a Royal Visit

Need to add some spring to your step? Bloomingdales is promoting their newest collections with videos of dancers wearing spring exclusive exclusive apparel and accessories. The “100 Percent” campaign allows viewers to learn the dance themselves watching a break down the choreography on Bloomingdales’ website. (luxury daily)

Canada will soon welcome Reiss, a retail chained favored by Kate Middleton. She is the brand’s unofficial ambassador, as she often dons its tasteful, streamlined designs. (Huffington Post)

Barney’s is a classic institution with an updated online retail strategy. They re-launched their e-commerce sites last Friday, proclaiming themselves to be the first luxury retailer to use a so-called “responsive design”. The enhanced site aims to provide a more personalized experience with better product presentation. (Fortune)

Joe Fresh has a new app, which isn’t surprising for a brand that is great at engaging its audience with Instagram and a mobile optimized website. Consumers will now be able to find deals through the app inside and outside of their stores. (Mobile Commerce Daily)