Category: Pop-up Retail

Pop-Up Stores- From Mall Kiosks to Dedicated Mall Spaces

It seems that everywhere we turn, there is another story about how the traditional, enclosed shopping mall is facing a slow and painful death. Big box and other brick and mortar stores are closing, and mall landlords are  desperate to fill increasingly empty space . To do so, landlords...
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The Power of Pop-ups: From Fad to Retail Mainstay

Pop-up stores or “flash retail” have graduated from passing trend to popular practice. Historically utilized for the sale of seasonal products (think temporary stores that only sell Halloween costumes ), the pop-up has evolved into an attractive option for retailers of all shapes, sizes and experience. Smaller, emerging companies...
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“In-Season Relevancy” Is in Season this September

The fashion industry is at a crossroads. Designers must decide whether to continue the age-old tradition of previewing their collections during Fashion Week four to six months before they are available in stores (with fall looks shown in February and spring looks shown in September), or buck tradition in...
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Pop-Up Halloween Stores Don’t Scare Landlords

Halloween specialty stores have been popping up annually since the 1980’s and quickly became a national phenomena.  According to the National Retail Federation, the celebration of Halloween is projected to generate approximately $7.4 billion dollars this year . Pop-up Halloween stores can be big business for both retailers and...
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The Pop-Up Regulatory Maze

Pop-up retail establishments, or “pop-ups,” generally refer to stores, restaurants, or events with a short duration. Pop-ups are typical for seasonal retail products, like Christmas or fireworks, but they have become common for designers (clothes, furniture, toys, etc.), restaurateurs (i.e., dinner clubs, food trucks), or other performers (concerts, parties)...
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When Fashion Met Style…Spin-Off Stores

Over the past few years, there has been a discouraging rash of mall vacancies and closings, as traditional department stores and retail chains have had to close shop, lick their wounds, and get back to the drawing board in hopes of reviving their brand names and regaining a foothold...
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