The United Colors of Benetton is making its first foray into the U.S. retail scene after more than a two-year absence.
The Vitamin Shoppe is integrating technology with customer-friendly store design.
Owners of sick dolls in New York and Chicago have a new treatment option.
REI Co-op is going big on experiences and rentals.
British luxury department store retailer Harvey Nichols’ revamped store in Hong Kong’s Pacific Place artfully blends interactive hi-tech elements with more traditional physical shopping experiences.
It’s not your typical mall store.
Kroger has gone downtown — for the first time in a long time.
Resale is booming and Rebag is capitalizing on it.
A digitally native, customizable die-cut sticker company has made the leap to brick-and-mortar, opening a colorful, larger-than-life sticker nirvana in Toronto.
Apple has reopened its flagship on Fifth Avenue in New York City after a two-and-a-half year renovation and while its iconic luminous glass cube remains, almost everything else is new.
Pandora wants its customers to have a bit more fun in its stores.
Saks Fifth Avenue has unveiled the latest piece in the $250 million grand renovation of its Manhattan flagship.
Wayfair continues its foray into brick-and-mortar with the opening of its first permanent, full-price store.
Apple has gone to new heights —literally — with the opening of its store at Aventura Mall, in Miami.