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Shop Sixty Five Opens an Online Store (And Lets You Easily Calculate Cost Per Wear)

Shop Sixty Five, the Doylestown fashion stalwart, is branching out: First, owner Linda LaRosa Bidlo opened a Glawyne outpost back in 2013, and now the boutique has launched an […]

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The Revisit: Has Nordstrom Rack Gotten Any Better?

The first time I went to Nordstrom Rack, it was over-stuffed, over-crowded and a complete mess. The second time was a tad better, but war […]

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Aldo Shoes Opening Walnut Street Location in July So That Everyone May Buy Cork Wedges

Not all brands are migrating into neighborhoods other than Rittenhouse (see Kit and Ace in Fishtown). In fact, Aldo is doubling its efforts here, opening a second location on 17th […]

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Reese Witherspoon Launched a Southern-Inspired Clothing Line

I’m probably as skeptical as they make ’em when it comes to celebrity fashion lines and lifestyle brands. (I’m still disappointed by — and slightly […]

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Peter Kate Now Offers FaceTime Personal Shopping and Styling

Everyone can empathize with being strapped for time, trekking out to a boutique only to either: A) not find what you’re looking for, or worse, […]

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A Luxury Cashmere Shop Is Opening in Fishtown

It’s the dream of Philly retail, or my dream at least: to lure in good national retailers, and then get them to set up shop […]

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TUXE Bodywear Opens Flagship Location in Suburban Square

Madewell isn’t the only new addition to Suburban Square today. Bodysuit and undergarment brand TUXE Bodywear has also opened up shop at the Ardmore shopping center. Formerly called […]

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Retail News: Adorn Boutique in Fishtown Closing Its Doors

Bad news: Adorn Boutique is shuttering its doors on June 6th. Sarah Lewis, owner of the Fishtown jewelry boutique, made the announcement via email yesterday, citing […]

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Retail News: Urban Outfitters “Lifestyle Village” Project is Revived

Remember that Devon Yard project, URBN’s cool-kid answer to the strip mall? A brief run-down: Urban Outfitters’ parent company announced it was building a $100 million […]

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Old City Is Getting an Awesome New Home and Lifestyle Shop

One person’s loss is another’s gain, and this adage holds true for neighborhoods, too. Case in point: Manayunk, which loses one its best stores, Meadowsweet Mercantile, […]

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Retail News: Macy’s in Suburban Square Is Closing

Suburban Square might be getting a Madewell next month, but the open-air shopping center is losing its department store. A rep from Macy’s confirmed that the company will be […]

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The 10 Most Insane Lilly Pulitzer for Target Auctions on Ebay Right Now

Yesterday, the 19th day of April in the year of our Lord 2015, the clouds parted, angels sang, and the Lilly Pulitzer for Target collection […]

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Is There Really Going to Be a Retail Revival at The Gallery?

PREIT finally released its renderings for The Gallery, and they are shiny visions of glass and gleaming white tiles and flashy digital signage. But underneath the high-shine […]

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Private Shopping Files: How to Get One of Philly’s Coolest Boutiques All to Yourself

We’ve all been there, shuffling out of a fitting room in a half-zipped dress, jeans around your ankles, craning your neck to find your friend while other shoppers pretend […]

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Delia’s Is Messing With Our Heads, Not Shutting Down After All

In what’s looking to be another installment of April Fool’s fashion pranks we believed, Delia’s is apparently not completely gone forever. In an April 3rd Instagram picture, the cult-fave ’90s […]