Instead, the luxury retailer emphasized the markets around the globe where it continues to grow.
As brands and retailers across the U.S. started to reopen after the coronavirus lockdown, chaotic protesting has forced closures and led to a great deal of damage.
The New York soap and body-care company said its business has been “devastated” by the economic shutdown caused by the pandemic.
The busy Herald Square location has been closed since March 17 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
In the midst of quarantine, Susan Alexandra designer Susan Korn launched DIY bead kits to engage her brand’s community.
The luxury brand is known for selling fashion parkas with price tags of $900 on up.
The news comes as delivery giant FedEx limits the number of packages from about a dozen retailers.
More than 300 locations across North America will be open for curbside and storefront pickups by this weekend.
Many writers and photographers have been waiting a year or more to be paid for work published by the magazine.
Brands like Wacoal America and ThirdLove donate bras and underwear to medical personnel working on the front lines of the pandemic.
“We’re the canary in the coal mine for the industry,” Phillip Bodenham, who runs Spring agency, said after deciding to close his L.A. office.
The retailer is also helping raise funds by way of a virtual concert series and social media campaigns as stores remain closed.