Tag Archives: Anthropologie

The Thrill of the Old

The Thrill of the Old

Posted on 13. Dec, 2014 by Jon Bird.

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Tweet Retail has rushed to embrace technology in recent years. Just as consumers have armed themselves with a dazzling array of devices (I sit now with a laptop perched on my knees, a smartphone in my pocket, and a tablet in my bag), merchants have kitted out their stores and staff with tech. Done right, [...]

The Hanging Gardens of Retail

The Hanging Gardens of Retail

Posted on 02. Feb, 2010 by ideaworks.

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Tweet Fast Company magazine once said of US lifestyle and apparel chain Anthropologie that “it’s hard to tell where the merchandise ends and the display begins.” Never a truer word was spoken than of their first store in the United Kingdom, which opened on Regent Street in London late last year. The store is a [...]

Appealing to the Imagination

Appealing to the Imagination

Posted on 27. Sep, 2009 by ideaworks.

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Tweet Harry Gordon Selfridge, the founder of the legendary London department store which now bears his name, once said that “the whole art of merchandising consists of appealing to the imagination. Once the imagination is moved, the hand goes naturally to the pocket. But if the first appeal is to the purse, the imagination is [...]

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