Lingerie e-tailer to open hundreds of stores
Adore Me is about to give Victoria’s Secret a run for its money.
The online intimates brand plans to open brick-and-mortar stores in the United States. The company is targeting between 200 to 300 locations over the next five years, a move that will enable it to more closely compete with Victoria’s Secret, according to pymnts.com, which cited the Wall Street Journal.
Adore Me, which was founded in 2012, will open approximately seven to 10 stores this year. The first is scheduled to open in New York Çity, within the next several years.
The company expects to open another 20 stores next year, then accelerate the pace of future store openings. Some of the new locations will be in malls where Victoria’s Secret already has locations, according to the report.
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Eataly drops anchor in Los Angeles
Upscale Italian marketplace Eataly has opened its largest location to date and first on the West Coast.
Eataly L.A., resigned by Studios Architecture and built by Clune Construction Company, is located at the newly renovated Westfield Century City mall in Los Angeles. The three-story, 67,000-sq.-ft. space includes four restaurants, multiple kitchens, nine take-away food counters, a cooking school, extensive retail, and two chilled wine storage rooms. Two interconnected spiral staircases link all three floors.
The project included the construction of a clean room designated for the on-site preparation of gelato and mozzarella. Customized pasteurizers were installed to replicate the authentic taste of gelato and mozzarella from Italy.
Eataly L.A. was designed by Studios Architecture and built by Clune Construction Company. It is the fifth Eataly in the United States, and 39th globally.
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