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12 November 2018
The indie-luxe retailers are joining forces in order to compete more effectively on a global scale.
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20 September 2016
20 September 2016 • By Lauren Sherman
2 September 2016
Young-luxury retailer Totokaelo, which opened an ambitious store in New York City last autumn, has entered into a deal with Vancouver-based Herschel Capital Corp., the owner of accessories brand Herschel Supply Co.
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7 December 2015 • By BoF Team
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