• Amazon to open first European pop-up store in london

    1 month ago - By Fashion United

    Amazon Fashion is to open its first pop-up store on London's Baker Street on October 23rd. It will be the tech giant's first store in Europe, a 3,000 sq ft space that will offer men's and women's wear from a selection of its own labels alongside brands including Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Filippa
    K and Vans. The temporary opening follows the debut of Amazon Fashion's store in New York that launched last month.
    Each day will see a curation of its in-store collections edited with a different theme, fashion, activities and experiences, with its full offer available via Amazon Fire tablets...
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  • Psycho Bunny to Open First U.S. Retail Store in Miami

    Psycho Bunny to Open First U.S. Retail Store in Miami

    1 month ago - By WWD

    Psycho Bunny is jumping into the retail fray in Miami.
    The New York-based men's brand with the slightly maniacal rabbit logo with its teeth hanging over a skull and crossbones, is opening its first store in the Aventura Mall this fall.
    The brand operates two stores in Panama, two in Mexico and will open one in Bogotá, Colombia, by the end of the year. There are also 17 retail locations in Japan, including a flagship in Shibuya.
    The concept is a bit unorthodox since the store will have two iterations: a 1,400-square-foot space will open as a pop-up at the beginning of November and stay in...
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  • MSGM Experiments With New Store Concept in London

    1 month ago - By WWD

    LONDON - Italian contemporary and street brand MSGM has opened the doors to its first London store, and its first European location outside Italy.
    The brand has always found an audience in London and was embraced by British retailers from the get-go leading creative director Massimo Giorgetti to experiment with new retail concepts and new audiences.
    “The U.K. was the first market that loved MSGM from the very beginning. Harvey Nichols bought the first collection and Selfridges, Browns, Matchesfashion.com and Liberty London followed,” Giorgetti said in an interview.
    “Now we are here and...
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