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yesterday by clouds2
Leatherman Micra Multi-Tool
I love my Leatherman but I keep it in my glovebox. This would be nice to have on hand all the time. Well, except for airports maybe?
yesterday by glass
BeeJewelled - Buy natural gemstone hand made jewellery & save the bees
I make natural gemstone necklaces, bracelets, earrings and other jewellery by hand and save the bees. 10% of each sale goes to bee conservation.
jewellery  independent  shopping  tobuy 
yesterday by garrettc
Vendita materiale fotografico professionale nuovo e usato.
photography  shopping 
yesterday by simoneratti
Fotocamere Digitali, Videocamere, articoli per la Fotografia Digitale e Video
photography  shopping 
yesterday by simoneratti
Fc Web Store
E-Commerce Fotografia Digitale
photography  shopping 
yesterday by simoneratti
Nordstrom's New York Store Is Like Shopping Online—Only in Real Life | GQ
The newest entrant to New York City's shopping scene knows exactly how its customers like to shop.
The Fisk Building, at the corner of 57th and Broadway, was erected in 1921 to house tire makers. A Walgreens now dominates the ground floor; until recently, a muffin shop and a couple of bank branches sat across the street. Now, there’s a newcomer to this small slice of New York’s relentless retail churn: Nordstrom, the 117-year-old department store, is opening in a three-story 47,000 square-foot space. And it’s doing so at a said-to-be cataclysmic time for department stores. To cite one example: last year, Lord & Taylor sold off its space—so iconic it’s registered as a New York landmark—to WeWork. That’s just one of the many grim headlines that can make Nordstrom’s decision seem like a colossal miscalculation. But what Nordstrom’s been able to do relative to its competition—in short: keep moving forward, and even turn a profit—suggests that it might turn even a tricky New York lease into a success.
business_model  shopping  internet 
yesterday by rgl7194

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