Britain’s Arcadia Group is looking to build its presence in the U.S., and not just with Topshop.
Arcadia this week staged its first U.S. “group preview” of its Miss Selfridge, Evans, Dorothy Perkins and Wallis brands at the Bryant Park Hotel in Manhattan. And behind the scenes, Arcadia is in talks with Nordstrom and Macy’s regarding selling Miss Selfridge in those stores. Sources said either retailer could start selling the label by the end of this year or next year, but it couldn’t be determined if Arcadia was seeking shops-in-shop for Miss Selfridge, similar to its partnership with Nordstrom operating Topshop boutiques, currently at 15 Nordstrom locations.
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