VIOLA LOVELY is an independent, multi-brand, women’s retailer with locations in Boston, Concord and Wenham, MA.
Illesteva is a boutique eyewear brand founded in response to a need for classic eyewear with a downtown New York aesthetic.
Designer owned and operated fine jewelry store that champions independent designers + handmade pieces.
In a sales-driven organization, it is our Stylists/Sales Representatives that build a book of business to generate revenue. As a Stylist, you won’t simply sell clothes; you’ll build one-on-one relationships with customers and help change the face of an industry.
Illesteva is a boutique eyewear brand founded in response to a need for classic eyewear with a downtown New York aesthetic. We are opening our first store in Boston and are seeking a proactive manager to join our rapidly growing team.
Premium athletic apparel company, YOGASMOGA seeks Store Managers for it’s new stores in San Francisco, Boston, Malibu, Corte Madera, Walnut Creek, Short Hills, and West Chester.
The Store Stylist Sales Manager must be client-focused, energetic, and positive, with a strong desire to drive sales!
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John Galliano Returns: John Galliano (who's sporting a new grunge look) got a new gig at Parsons, teaching a master class on the "challenges and complications of leading a design house." But not everyone is happy about it. Let the Kate Middleton Baby Bump Watch Commence! Whether it's a $1,750 silk Erdem number or a $76 Topshop polka dot dress, we're keeping our eyes on how the Duchess is dressing her royal baby bump. (Could she be hinting at something with the color of this frock?) In The Aftermath of the Boston Marathon Bombings: Nike scrambles to pull old "Boston Massacre" t-shirts from stores. Now, however, that same shirt is going for $150,000 on eBay.
Nike's discontinued 'Boston Massacre' t-shirt is not only still in demand, it's more valuable than ever--at least on eBay, where it's going for $150,000 and already has 131 bids.
Something as horrific as the Boston Marathon bombing doesn't just go away. If September 11, 2011 is any indication, the city will feel its repercussions for years to come. But there's one big difference between now and then. Today, we live in a world that is sadly more prepared for such tragedies. That's why experts predict that Boston's retailers will stay 'Boston strong' over the next year instead of losing sales. "I almost think it's going to have the opposite effect," says Ken Morris, a partner at consulting firm Boston Retail Partners. "People are pissed off. They'll go out of their way to support local businesses to prove 'we're tougher than this.'"
All eyes are on Boston this morning. While we wait for the news to unfold, our hearts and prayers with the Boston people, one retailer is doing its part to help the victims from Monday's blast. Adidas yesterday unveiled a limited edition t-shirt in commemoration of the bombings with plans to donate 100% of the proceeds to The One Fund Boston Inc, established Wednesday to help victims, WWD is reporting. The t-shirt reads "Boston stands as one."
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