Bodega’s are a New York City staple. Recently we’ve seen a trend of brands creating their own pop-up bodega to showcase their products. The juxtaposition of mixing high end designs with the humble corner store aesthetic is always marketable. Trendy handbag designer Gelareh Mizrahi’s opened their mini mart for SS NYFW which will remain open until next September. The store transplanted in the heart of Soho, is boisterous and fun.
Figs is making the world better, one pair of scrubs at a time. Co-CEO/founder Heather Hassan, recently featured on Inc.’s 100 Female Founder edition expressed, Figs goal is to “completely transform the healthcare experience by putting as much thought into the work-wear of medical professionals as they put into caring for their patients.”
The short term grocery store is complete with a millennial checklist: instagrammable design, social justice missions, and wellness focused products
This past week, we experienced The Wing’s new beautifully designed co-working and community space in Chicago’s bustling Fulton Market District within the West Loop. Read more to find out how we felt about visiting the “diverse community open to all”.
The ecommerce site, strives for an offline presence witha Soho pop up. The once brick and mortar boutique brought out all the stops with a bar, florist, denim station and lots of foliage to entice new customers. Read about our experience at the space this past week.
Goop expands their brands with ‘MRKT” pop-ups. This summer their MRKT at Sag Harbor infused a breath of fresh air, into the sometimes-sterile brand.
The detox market strives to create an educated community of health and beauty lovers by stocking natural made products, free of toxic ingredients and cruelty free practices.
Get lost in translation at perhaps the world’s best bookstore, Tokyo’s Daikanyama Tsutaya Books. Located in one of Tokyo’s coolest neighborhoods, tourists and locals alike flock to the massive retailer, and with good reason: there’s literally something for everyone.
Serena Venture Captial is more than her fashion brand, S by Serena. She wants to prove that “doing good” and “standing for something” aren’t just trends--they are viable values for successful businesses. She’s showing the world she can make good business decisions while championing and investing in inclusivity, with Serena Venture Capital.
Good American found success filling the void of full-figure premium denim. With sizes from 00-24 they’ve proven that even with a broad social media presence and pro-advocacy campaigns, maintaining sales is dependent upon reacting to customer feedback.