Department Stores


Department Stores

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Harvey Nichols Beefs Up Streetwear

The retailer will introduce 22 new labels in a revamped, 3,175-square-foot space set to make its debut today at its Knightsbridge, London, flagship.

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Neiman's Christmas Book Ups the Ante

For those who missed out on the Aston Martin, this year’s automobile is a 100th anniversary limited edition of 100 Maserati Ghibli S Q4 sedans.

Galeries Lafayette Names Watch Division CEO

Daphné de Jenlis is in charge of the Louis Pion, Royal Quartz and Augis 1830 brands.

Lord & Taylor Launch Parties Draw a Younger Crowd

About 600 young women hit the second floor of the Fifth Avenue flagship in Manhattan Thursday night for the opening of The Birdcage shop.

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Five Indicted in Saks Theft Scheme

Details have emerged on the identity-theft ring that authorities said used stolen information and bought about $400,000 in merchandise at Saks Fifth Avenue.

Galeries Lafayette in Talks for Champs-Elysées Lease

The retailer has entered into exclusive negotiations to take over the lease of the former Virgin Megastore in Paris.

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Barneys New York Gets a Facelift in Beverly Hills

With its Madison Avenue makeover nearing completion, the retailer has turned its eye westward.

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Bloomingdale's Sets 'Style Icons'

The retailer has turned to real New York guys for its reinvented fall look book.

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Smaller Bloomingdale's Sets Tone for Expansion

On Oct. 10, the department-store chain will open a three-level, 125,000-square-foot “reimagined” store in the Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto, Calif.

Stockmann to Shutter Russian Shops

The Finnish department store operator blamed a weak ruble and a recession in Finland.

Nordstrom Said Eyeing Downtown NYC

The Seattle-based retailer doesn’t want to be left out of the retail resurgence of Lower Manhattan.

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Ermenegildo Zegna Couture Taking Over Windows at Harrods

To mark the windows’ unveiling, the brand has also created new accessories, including Stefano Pilati’s first bag for Zegna.

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