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How can you keep a department store relevant?
In the U.K., there are two parts to the John Lewis Group. The first is the John Lewis department store chain, while the...
While museums and exhibits are engaging audiences...
Whizzing through the busy streets in Thailand, I recently discovered a new facet of the country’s shopping landscape....
Building relationships and customer connections
John Wanamaker first set up shop in Center City, Philadelphia, more than 100 years ago with what was arguably one of the...
The increase in young Indian consumers’ passion...
The last decade has seen the Indian population getting younger, with a median age of 28 years according to Worldometer, and...
Groundbreaking in the 1960s, trendy in the ’70s,...
They called it the “Peacock Revolution.” It was that period in the late 1960s when men’s fashion suddenly...
Adidas unveils a four-level flagship in London,...
In London, Adidas (Herzogenaurach, Germany) has just opened what is claimed to be its most teched-up store to date and a...
Despite the current climate, Mackage continues to...
Open any morning paper, and it seems like every day there’s another casualty of the “retail apocalypse.”...
“Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion” at the Brooklyn...
Fashion and art are both time-honored barometers for the pulse of society, and the heartbeat of culture. As the two...
Smart retailers are considering how different...
In any business, it’s easy to get caught up in the rollercoaster of ups and downs that every industry experiences....
Think every American mall is turning into an...
The pop-up news teaser on my screen said, “Million-Dollar Funding for New Kentucky Retail.” Proving that old...

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