Specialty Stores


Specialty Stores

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Chico's to Pull Back on Store Openings

Retailer has reduced the total new store opening count for 2014 to 107 from the planned estimate of between 120 and 130 stores.

Frank & Eileen, e-commerce, Frank & Eileen Shirt Pub, ecommerce, Tokyo, Los Angeles, Ron Herman, Fred Segal, Barneys New York, Neiman Marcus, Seaside Luxe, Four Seasons, Japan

Tale of a Shirt: Frank & Eileen

The five-year-old Los Angeles-based shirt company launched an e-commerce Web site this month and just opened a 500-square-foot store in Tokyo.

Wet Seal Posts Q1 Loss

Comps at Wet Seal nameplate fell 16.5%.

electric, citadium, kering, todd hymel, cycle zombies, sam partaix, dominic haydn rawle, trouble andrew, anthony cazottes, libertyn, selfridges

Electric Sets Paris Pop-Up at Citadium

The brand has been working on a “reset” for the last 18 months.

Poesia, Chinese brands, Chinese fashion, Shanghai, Kerry Centre, Chris Chang

Chris Chang Eyes Local Growth

The Taiwanese designer behind the brand Poesia has just opened her first store in Shanghai and is focusing her attention on the Chinese market.

Sandow Media, Fred Segal, Adam Sandow, Paul Blum, lifestyle centers, retail, expansion, LAX, SLS Las Vegas, Mark Styler, Evolution Media, TPG, CAA,

Sandow Taps Paul Blum as Fred Segal CEO

The company is looking to move the iconic California retailer into a directly owned model from a licensing one.

Jordana Woodland, los angeles, la, boutique, shop, store, naked princess, lingerie, underwear, pajamas, sleepwear, makeup, beauty

Naked Princess Opens Shop

The brand opened its first brick-and-mortar store here this month in Los Angeles.

Aéropostale Shares Fall Sharply

Stock down following larger-than-expected Q1 loss, weak Q2 projections.

L Brands Moves to Hit Top, Bottom Lines

Elimination of non-core apparel online and makeup to reduce annual revenues by more than $300 million.

paul stuart, mitsui & co., michael ostrove, washington, d.c., capitol, retail, expansion, CityCenterDC

Paul Stuart to Open D.C. Store

The venerable New York-based specialty store will open a nearly 10,000-square-foot store at the new CityCenterDC development next spring.

Fake Gap Site Taken Down

The retailer on Tuesday was targeted by 18MillionRising.org falsely claiming the retailer had signed the Accord on Fire and Building Safety in Bangladesh.

American Eagle Looking Overseas for Growth

Firm's plan to close 150 more stores and its 86.2 percent drop in first-quarter net income shows there’s no end in sight to the struggles teen retailers face.

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