A judge determined Friday building owner CormackHill does not have the right to maintain the Fred Segal signage, but certain tenant agreements save it — for now.
The pop-up will have a culinary focus but also offer fashion and accessories and will remain open until June 3.
The store has more of an outdoorsy feel that speaks to its Pacific Northwestern roots.
The collaboration reflects a convergence of digital and physical media, the companies said.
The Chinatown-based firm seeks to understand the essence of a company before creating its store environment.
The Global Retailing Conference brings industry and academia together.
The contemporary brand takes a lifestyle approach with services and new concepts at its 34th Street prototype.
Shop, eat and pretend to be a stormtrooper with the mall’s latest addition.
The vertical brand entered its first wholesale agreement.