Financial services company American Express is opening an exclusive pop-up for its members in celebration of Small Business Saturday. American Express Platinum House features premium NYC dining, including bites and drinks from Wayan, Legacy Records and the Michelin-starred Cote Korean Steakhouse. The brand also offers a concierge, local guides and gift wrapping.
Ecommerce giant eBay is setting down roots in a one-day pop-up called Black Friday Escape Room. Designed to help overloaded shoppers get a moment of peace on the biggest shopping day of the year, the multi-room installation features holiday-inspired challenges and interactive installations, plus a “Zen Room” that includes hot drinks and stress-free shopping.
Late Rapper Nipsey Hussle’s retail line, The Marathon Clothing, is debuting a pop-up space in SoHo this holiday season. The brand, which is based in Los Angeles, focuses on a core line of streetwear-influenced clothing, and this move will make it much more accessible to East Coast fans of the label and its founder.
Wardrobe is a just-launched circular clothing rental platform aiming to take sustainability and affordability to the next level, letting members borrow luxury, designer and vintage fashion from each other’s closets
The Los Angeles-based re-commerce platform Shoe Bank is tackling the problem of unworn shoes through sustainable swapping
With a dedicated interest in user security, Mezu is a payment platform that aims to replicate the anonymous experience of paying in cash
Platforms that allow buyers and sellers to interact online are becoming increasingly popular, driven by young shoppers who prefer social retail experiences
Croove is a new peer-to-peer app that allows drivers to rent a vehicle on-demand
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The UK newspaper has given the stamp of approval to peer loans as a safe as well as lucrative investment.
Chris Kaskie, the president of Pitchfork, speaks about how in an age of growing internet "noise" he's attempting to provide a reliable source of information.