In this excerpt from PSFK's Store Experience Design Debrief, these five brands are dedicating store space to members-only products and opportunities, reinvigorating the demand for physical retail and strengthening consumer-retailer connections
The Tokyo dress salon will offer customers gowns and accessories from designers like Giambattista Valli and Alexander McQueen while also providing makeup, hair and photo services
In an effort to drive loyalty, MeUndies is providing its subscribers with additional benefits like discounts on all of its merchandise rather than on just its underwear offerings
The venerable luxury brand advertises with an 'ephemeral boutique' and decorated cable cars.
Secret venue in New York City makes use of a landmark from days-gone-by.
Das Programm has an extensive collection of exclusive items developed by the renowned creator.
Movie Pass offers exclusive memberships allowing viewers to watch one film per day in a movie theatre of their choice.
Startup Threads Monthly delivers t-shirts, stickers and more emblazoned with company logos as a way of supporting them.
Luxury brand collaborates with Anselm Reyle to mix high-fashion with art.
Apple knows how to cater to its market. The iOS5 for Japan, one of the most earth-quake-prone countries in the world, is to come with an early earthquake warning feature.
This holiday season online retail giant eBay will be going analog - making the leap from the web to real-life with a pop-up shop set to open November 20th in New York City.