The additional features are meant to help small and medium-sized businesses compete with larger retailers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Instead, the luxury retailer emphasized the markets around the globe where it continues to grow.
The fashion house hopes to have the majority of its retail fleet open by July.
The busy Herald Square location has been closed since March 17 to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Sales at the business, which counts former Oscar de la Renta ceo Jeffry Aronsson as a shareholder and adviser, grew 250 percent from March to April.
The luxury brand is known for selling fashion parkas with price tags of $900 on up.
The company will begin by closing about 250 stores this year. But execs say there will likely be more next year and beyond.
The retailer expects to close about 250 stores in North America this year.
But the sudden surge in e-commerce proves to be expensive.
Revenues fall across all three major brands with stores closed during the pandemic.
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.