Luggage and accessories label Travelteq has opened its first flagship store in Amsterdam. The shop carries a collection of bags, trolleys and accessories as well as travel-related products, including books.
Dutch department store chain de Bijenkorf has introduced a number of new names to its brand offer; including Off-White and Coach 1941. For some labels, de Bijenkorf is the only available point of sale in the Netherlands.
On 11 January, Dutch department store chain de Bijenkorf announced that it is closing its Woerden-based distribution center. De Bijenkorf plans to merge and outsource all distribution activities to a new partner in 2019.
Isabel Marant will open a 200 m2 store at Amsterdam’s P.C. Hooftstraat in early 2018. It will be the first Dutch branch for the label, which is currently available in the Netherlands via a number of sales outlets.
The popularity of the originally American phenomenon Black Friday is on the rise in the Netherlands. According to Black Friday Online, a great number of Dutch retailers are set to offer promotions this year.