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- Vhernier Opens Milan Store Nov 21, 2014 Friday
- A Mall So Empty You Can Roll a Quarter Across and Not Hit Anyone Nov 21, 2014 Friday
- Abercrombie Sets Mexican Entry Nov 21, 2014 Friday
- Tourist Spending Rises 6.6% in October Nov 21, 2014 Friday
- Carrefour Gets Antitrust Green Light for Dia Buy Nov 21, 2014 Friday
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- Gap Inc. Shakes Up Exec Ranks Nov 21, 2014 Friday
Holiday Window Wonderland 2014
Retailers are making a splash with creative and whimsical windows for the holiday season.
- Macy's Unveils Holiday Windows at New York Flagship
- Simon Property Discloses Stake in Mall Owner Macerich
- Neiman Marcus Group Sees Off-Price as Key Growth Driver
- Le Bon Marché Reveals More Details About Collaboration With The Webster Miami
- Bergdorf Goodman's Explosive Holiday Kickoff
- Century 21 Ups Ante With C21 Edition
The collection is inspired by Southern California's casual lifestyle.
A strong rise in spending by Chinese tourists helped offset sharp falls in Russian spending.
The retailer has received approval to take Dia France stores, which it span off just three years ago, back in house.
The Elder Statesman Opens First Store
The store is in what was, literally, a home in the heart of West Hollywood — at 607 N. Huntley Drive off of the western stretch of Melrose Avenue.
Week in Review: 11/22/2014
WWD highlights the 10 must-read stories of the week.
The store will open in summer of 2015 with more than 25,000 square feet of space in Playa del Carmen.
Former Kohl’s and Target executive will report to office of the chairman.
This week, 2,650 retailers in 543 cities across 93 countries will each receive their password for a new online wholesale buying platform.
Zappos Opens First Store
The physical site in downtown Las Vegas will be open for business 24/7 during the holiday period though Dec. 31.
Built 24 years ago by a former subsidiary of Sears Holdings Corp., Steeplegate is one of about 300 U.S. malls facing a choice between re-invention and oblivion.