Beauty Store
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“Subscription-based beauty sample box provider Birchbox, which helps consumers discover new products by shipping them samples by mail, today announced its plans to expand its offline retail footprint to at least two more stores in 2016. The additional retail locations will join the company’s now year-old brick-and-mortar storefront located in Soho, New York, and will be chosen following a summer “road trip” involving pop-up shops aimed at evaluating consumer demand and sales potential in the prospective cities.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Birchbox
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“A Japanese design studio, Nendo, has designed a beauty products store where the products are displayed on a shelves which mirror the layout of a library. The result is aesthetically pleasing, with the bonus feature of being intuitive to navigate by anybody familiar with looking for books.”

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Decoded Fashion - Fashion Tech Daily - Nendo

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