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About 75% of Shoppers Say They’re Comfortable Going to Stores—But Not Right Away

Fashion is at a crossroads: continue with cutting-edge strategies developed to persevere during Covid or slide back into familiar (yet unprofitable) habits? Get the experts' perspective at our in-person Sourcing Summit, Oct. 19 at New York’s Cipriani 42nd Street.

Brick-and-mortar retail is indeed stagnating while consumers languish at home, but there’s cause for optimism, according to a 70,000-member group representing malls and shopping centers. New data from the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) reveals that 77 percent of shoppers said they’d feel comfortable going to stores to buy non-essentials within two months of…

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