Posts Tagged ‘shopping’

Madewell E-Commerce Finally Up and Running

Saving money just got a little harder for fashionistas everywhere. Madewell, J. Crew's less preppy little sister, is finally selling its downtown-cool goods online. It's a long time coming: Though the company opened its first bricks-and-mortar store in 2006, and collaborated with the Madison-based e-commerce site ShopBop on a capsule line, it had yet to [...]

Imagining D.C. Buying Patterns by Neighborhood

Yesterday our sister publication, the Chicago Reader, posted an item about buying patterns in Chicago neighborhoods, based on information from the bargain-searching website Since D.C. was not one of the four cities on the list (the others were New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles), we're left to speculate on shopping patterns in District [...]

Off Target: Retailer’s Designer Lines Tough to Find in D.C.

Good luck finding these Cynthia Vincent shoes: they're not
available online or at the Columbia Heights Target.
The ads in glossies and on TV have got you pumped. You've previewed the collection on your favorite fashion blog. You go online the day the collection is released and it's already sold out. What the fuck?, you think. This [...]