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Get Excited: Target x Marimekko Is Almost Here

This morning, Target announced its newest collaboration in the works, and it’s got us super-excited. They’re teaming up with Finnish design company Marimekko, known for […]

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The Gayborhood Is Getting Its First Gay-Centric Loungewear Store

For as progressive as our city is, we’re seriously lacking in the gay-centric retail department. (Yes, that’s a department. Get with the times.) Anthony Noce, a Drexel […]

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More Retail News: Saks Fifth Avenue Outlet Is Opening in Plymouth Meeting

First there was the Banana Republic Factory Store; then came Nordstrom Rack, followed by the Bloomingdale’s outlet. Now, the Philly region is getting yet another […]

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Hold the Phone: Jimmy Choo and DVF Are Coming to the King of Prussia Mall

Your favorite reason to trek out to the suburbs, shopping at the King of Prussia Mall, is about to get a whole lot more exciting. […]

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Designer Accuses Anthropologie of Selling Copycat Bag (That, It Turns Out, Is Also Made From Cancer-Causing Materials)

We all love a good David vs. Goliath story, especially when David is a fledgling independent designer and Goliath is a billion dollar retail giant. The latest […]

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Get Excited! Ps & Qs Is Opening a Women’s Boutique on Antique Row

During a recent scouting trip along Pine Street, I found shop owners buzzing about the newest addition to Antique Row: Ps & Qs, the beloved […]

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Shop Talk: The Just-Launched Target Collection You Need to Shop Right Now

One of our fave style blogs, Who What Wear, launched a collection at Target yesterday, and it’s one of my favorite collaborations yet. It’s now available online […]

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Duke & Winston Is Closing Its Center City Doors

Sad news on the retail scene: Philly lifestyle brand Duke & Winston is shuttering its Rittenhouse flagship store at the end of the month. After […]

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Accessories Shop Lou Lou Coming to Midtown Village, So You Can Stop Buying Cheap Jewelry at Forever 21

This Friday, Lou Lou opens its doors in Midtown Village with its 25th retail location on the East Coast. Founded in 2004 by co-owners (and couple) Ben and […]

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Retail Comings and Goings: Rikumo and Nich Boutique

In the hubbub of the huge Macy’s announcement (refresher: The company is closing 40 stores, including the Suburban Square location), some of the smaller retail shakeups went […]

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ICYMI: Macy’s, Grindr and the End of Ombré

It was our first week back in the office after a long holiday break (double sigh), and the fashion and retail world didn’t disappoint.  From […]

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Store Closings and Fleeing Shoppers: Is Macy’s the Next J.C. Penney?

The year isn’t starting off on a great foot for Macy’s. A lackluster holiday quarter, in which the chain saw sales fall more than 5 percent, […]

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A Sneak Peek Inside Philly’s New Bloomingdale’s Outlet

Philly’s new Bloomingdale’s Outlet Store is set to open this Friday, December 11 in the heart of downtown at the Shops at Liberty Place. This […]

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Warby Parker Opening a Store in Former Le Bec-Fin Space

Since its founding in 2010, Warby Parker has catapulted into startup success-story fame, becoming a model for other fledgling companies and nabbing plenty of national acclaim. But […]

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Video: Behind the Making of Anthropologie’s Holiday Window Displays

Beloved Philly-based powerhouse Anthropologie sets the standard in window displays, hands down. The only competitors that even come close are Free People and Urban Outfitters, which fall […]