Eric Feigenbaum

Forty sparkling years in Cartier’s windows
In 1917, the iconic Parisian jeweler Pierre Cartier purchased a mansion on Fifth Avenue at 52nd Street in New York from...
Forty years of magic behind the window glass at...
While teaching together at a local college in New York City, a colleague of mine would come to work every Monday morning...
Plato said, “Human behavior flows from three main...
In the early days of modern American retail, the market was driven by want, hope and desire. Shortly before the turn of the...
The Filling Station Motel opens a garage and...
Agip, which stands for Azienda Generale Italiana Petroli (General Italian Oil Company), was an iconic chain of Italian...
Flooring designer Robert Langstaff combines his...
This profile originally appeared in VMSD's January/February "Look Book" issue. Robert Langstaff, Director of Design for...
Retail is no longer paint by numbers, but rather...
The 2018 holiday season in New York was as exciting as any I can remember in years. Now as we navigate through the quiet of...
A look back on the year in retail in the Big Apple
This article was originally published in VMSD's December 2018 issue. The holiday season is an exhilarating time anywhere...
Hawaii is home to all of the fashion superstars,...
The surf embraced my soul as palm trees swayed in the balmy breeze above; it was 80 degrees and there wasn't a cloud in the...
Jacob & Co. unveils its remodeled New York...
Dubbed Billionaire’s Row thanks to its deluxe high-rise residential properties, New York’s 57th Street has a new jewel in...
Retailers turn to the footlights, bringing...
In 1902, while still at Marshall Field’s, Harry Gordon Selfridge said to his staff: “Every day is show day in this...

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