Friday, February 22, 2013

Two former "Shops" brands expand their retail space...

The Webster Miami and Kirna Zabête - who both participated in last year's "The Shops" concept at Target - have both announced expansions to their retail empires this week. reports that The Webster will open a second store at at 29 Greene Street in NYC. The 4,000 square feet space - which isn't bad by New York standards - is significantly smaller than the 20,000 square foot space The Webster occupies in Miami. 

Meanwhile, luxe boutique Kirna Zabête is getting an upgrade. Last Fall they announced that they had outgrown their old Soho space at 96 Greene, which Rebecca Minkoff will move into. Kirna's owners Sarah Easley and Beth Buccini have now confirmed that their new home at 477 Broome Street will open in May.


floating thru fields said...

interesting, I thought the curiosity shop was really cute(and you mentioned it was closing) and most people were not happy with the Kirna Zabête collection not to say her upscale collection is the same quality, etc.

Target Addict said...

Floating: yeah, it's odd that Target seems to have given Kirna a "boost", even though their line had plenty of leftovers in store and on

I also think it's a gamble for The Webster to venture into NYC. Their stuff seems awfully similar to Calypso St. Barth (another past Target collab) and Calypso already has a foothold in NYC.

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