I understand about the limited (or curated) selection. One reason for this is that the first season (SS12) is a test launch for the store. Another reason is that the store has a rather tight aesthetic focus (and color palette as well). I am quite happy with the SS12 selection we have considering the above factors; there are some truly great pieces that I haven't seen any other retailers pick up. The good (and sometimes daunting) thing about how Schneider does business is that the large selection, especially in terms of fabrics, allows each retailer to be very specific about how they want to portray themselves and the brand.
While Schneider is excellent, I hope that people also take the time to explore other labels that share a similar modern, clean, detail oriented vision (and I do not mean only the ones also available at Suspension Point...although that may be a good place to start
). One of my goals is to be open about how the store functions. If you have any comments / questions / suggestions about the store or about the designers and pieces I have seen through this process (even if the store does not carry that label or style) I'll be happy to hear / answer them.