The temporary store dedicated to emerging fashion brands highlights sustainability, showcasing designs by the five finalists of the Green Carpet Talent Competition.
The finalists include Matea Benedetti, Calcaterra, CO|TE, Leo Studio Design and Tiziano Guardini, who were tasked with creating a bespoke look celebrating Italian craftsmanship and sustainable innovation, as well as social and environmental values, and produced in Italy.
The company currently operates 80 stores.
Sycamore has an agreement to sell more than 300 Dollar Express stores to Dollar General this month.
Open until the end of August, the temporary store offers a wide range of design products from both established brands and emerging talents.
Analysts from Fitch Ratings said things at both department stores look stable, despite store closures and sales declines.
While store closures are rife in retail, Ross Stores is moving ahead with plans to open close to 100 stores in 2017.
The retailer operates 106 stores in 11 states.
One-third of sale proceeds will go to women’s charities.
Shanghai Village will launch on May 19.