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First Look: Harvey Nichols unveils tech-infused store

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.

First Look: The Vitamin Shoppe debuts innovation store concept

The Vitamin Shoppe is integrating technology with customer-friendly store design.

American Girl Doll Hospital

Owners of sick dolls in New York and Chicago have a new treatment option.

REI Co-op is going big on experiences and rentals.

Kroger has gone downtown — for the first time in a long time.

Rebag storefront

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.

Chinese history meets Starbucks’ coffeehouse culture in the company’s new Reserve flagship, in Tianjin, China.

The race is on: Puma opened its first-ever North American flagship, at 609 Fifth Avenue in New York City.

Las Vegas is about to get a new attraction that combines retail with PC gaming and esports.

A direct-to-consumer startup brand that was recently acquired by a lingerie giant is expanding its fledgling footprint.

Target Corp. is drawing on local artists to help celebrate a sense of community in its small-format stores.

The Container Store has set its sights on custom closets with a new store concept that offers a personalized design experience.

Skullcandy, whose headphones, earbuds and speakers have a strong following, has opened a flagship adjacent to its headquarters in Park City, Utah.

One of the most iconic logos in rock and roll is now front and center on one of Manhattan’s most posh stores.

Target is making kids’ Halloween costumes more inclusive and adaptive than ever.

One of Nike’s most popular Japanese doors, Nike Harajuku, in Tokyo, has reopened after a remodel that resulted in an expanded layout and enhanced services similar to the recent refitting of NikeTown London.

Saks Fifth Avenue is capitalizing on menswear momentum.

Starbucks is trying out a new store model in one of its most important markets.

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