This ones to my left coast sweeties: the first Dylan’s Candy Bar store in California officially opened at the Farmer’s Market in Los Angeles this month
Sephora is getting a little more digital. Today the beauty chain rolled out a completely updated website with Pinterest and Instagram integration, an updated mobile site, and officially launched a program that will bring iPads to the store’s sales counters and put iPod touch point-of-sale devices in the hands of many of its sales associates.
Online retail giant Amazon is rumoured to be opening a physical store in Seattle, Washington, the home of the firm’s headquarters.
Becks in his knickers again. This time for high street retailer H&M and nobody seems to be complaining. (No wonder Posh has so many damn babies)
With the rise of mobile shopping, could drunken one night stands be relpaced by impulse buys? The NY Times explores:
“The hang-ups of spending your hard-earned cash are so far removed from your life when you’ve had a bottle of wine”
Sustainable, savvy, and stylish could best describe the business moves made by certain retailers now winding down the year in stellar fashion. Here, in no particular order, are Style, Inc.’s best of 2011 picks: