How Does a Whole Foods Employee Feel About the “Whole Amazon” Take Over?

It hit the headlines this past Friday that Amazon has acquired Whole Foods for 13.7 billion dollars.  A high price indeed for a company that has reported a loss in earnings for the past 6 consecutive quarters.  The buzz about the acquisition has stirred up rumors of cashier-less stands, junk food in stock, and dropping… Read More

Crate & Barrel May Be Changing Its Scene

Who could have imagined such scandal behind the pristine, picture perfect wedding registry hot spot that is Crate and Barrel?  When one reads a trend setter of American home goods retail is closing a major 4 story flagship property of 27 years in the highly trafficked Mag Mile of their hometown Chicago, a shop girl has got to… Read More

When Kate and Coach Merge Things May Become a Bit Prickly

  If windows could talk…or perhaps they are.  What are these windows saying to you?   Instagram. Twitter. Facebook. All content of this site is property of the author.  Please do not copy or redistribute without permission.  You are free to share on social media as long as you credit the author.   For More Information on… Read More

Target’s New Concept: The Myths, The Facts, and My Opinions

The Overall Concept Summary Target is no stranger to the retail struggle as they have experienced a decline in sales since the first quarter of 2015.  And when facing deficits for three quarters straight, long term believers need to hear solutions.   So at Shoptalk they announced their plans for a full new fresh store… Read More

I 💚 NY&Co.

Earlier this year I posted about my concern for the state of New York & Co after witnessing what appeared to be a closing sale at First Colony Mall in Sugar Land.  It sparked a serious of discussion of the common lack of inspiration everyone has felt about their collection over the past year or… Read More