- Sep 5, 2011
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That's really sad.
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its in incredibly difficult time for clothing retail and this again is sad, but there is more to come, right now Williamsburg and other places in Brooklyn are shit down for another two weeks, imagine those stores etc locate there who had to close for about 4 months, then barely reopened that has to close again.ffuuuucccckkkkkkkkkkkk that sucks so bad fuck
A lot of them will, smaller stores / Brands with less overheads and greater flexibility will survive.I do wonder if boutiques in smaller markets with cheaper rents might squeeze through this...
In other news Nike continues to do what they said they would do in pushing hard into direct to consumer and limit to key accounts.
"Nike, this week, laid off a sizeable number of senior directors who oversaw athletic specialty retailers, family footwear and department stores, according to a report from Susquehanna Financial Group. "
Nice to see a store opening rather than closing!After long months of the COVID-19 pandemic, Los Angeles seems to be slowly coming back to life. Malls are reopening, Curbside dining at restaurants seems to be busy, and a prominent designer opened his first Los Angeles store.www.apparelnews.net
"To live and Dries in LA"
I'll see myself out...
As Blackadder famously said “This is a crisis. A large crisis. In fact, if you got a moment, it's a twelve-storey crisis with a magnificent entrance hall, carpeting throughout, 24-hour portage, and an enormous sign on the roof, saying 'This Is a Large Crisis'.”Italian luxury designer Brunello Cucinelli makes men's suits that sell for up to 7,000 euros ($8,200). But even he - like most people across the globe - hasn't worn a suit for months, let alone bought one.www.reuters.com
No surprise, but it's really unfortunate to hear about the wool farmers struggling. If only merino wool sweatpants were more of a thing