Amazon is opening six pop-up stores throughout Europe under the banner 'Loft for Xmas', as the e-commerce giant wants to learn about the peculiarities of physical retail.
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Amazon goes fashion: the e-tailer is opening a pop-up apparel store in London. Europe's first physical Amazon outlet will only last for five days, but should leave a big impression.
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In Brussels, Carrefour Belgium has launched a remarkable pop-up concept: its Act for Food Factory is a test lab where the retailer's recent food commitments of the same name take concrete shape.
Spanish fashion chain Zara has opened a concept store in London, where it connects online and offline. Customers can still try out clothing in the store, but purchases are entirely handled online.
Web shop Zalando’s curated shopping service, Zalon, opened its first pop-up sore in Berlin late last week. Over the course of the next three weeks, customers can talk directly talk to the stylists.
Fashion brand Louis Vuitton cancelled a few upcoming pop-up stores in the United States and Canada after issues at previous launches.
Jet.com, part of department store chain Walmart’s group, opened a pop-up store in New York, specifically for groceries, at concept store Story.
Patta, a clothing brand from Amsterdam, continues its international expansion with a first store in London and pop-up stores in the United States and Asia.
Luxury brand Louis Vuitton opened a remarkable pop-up store in Australia. At first, it seems similar to every other pop-up store, but the Sydney-based store was created entirely by a 3D printer.
Google is set to open a pop-up store in New York to sell its own hardware. The timing is no coincidence, as the company has just recently launched several new devices.
Textile is a growth area for food retailer Lidl and it hopes to make people notice its fashion product range with a pop-up store in Hamburg. Its private label Esmara will be on display there, a brand focused entirely on women.