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Shoplifter! highlights the retail design resurgence in an online economy

The book highlights how retail is evolving into engaging shopping experiences.
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Shoplifter! New Retain Architecture and Brand Spaces

Physical retail has been in a tough spot for the last decade and it only continues to get more difficult with just how massive online shopping is. Now we're seeing retail brands becoming more creative with their retail spaces and even companies that started online are now making their way to Main Street. Shoplifter! highlights those efforts with pages of innovative retail experiences. 

"Brand experiences now stretch far beyond the end product; the dialogue between a shop and its consumers is becoming increasingly important. Companies are tapping the talents of top designers and using them in sophisticated flagship stores or unexpected temporary venues. Shoplifter! showcases the most outstanding concepts across a number of industries, introducing the most innovative brands with rich, in-depth case studies."


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