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Which Clothing and Beauty Stores Have Closed?


Chanel decided on Monday to close its U.S. boutiques for at least two weeks.

According to their websites, LVMH brands have temporarily closed some of their American locations, namely in New York and California: Louis Vuitton, Dior, Celine, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy. Prada also appeared to have closed its shops in New York and California.

Saks Fifth Avenue said on Tuesday that it will close its namesake stores and Off 5th locations across the United States and Canada. The company said it expects stores to be closed for two weeks “unless otherwise instructed by government or public health officials.”

As of Tuesday night, Neiman Marcus stores are closed for at least two weeks. The company will provide pay and benefits to store associates, though it plans to “accelerate the roll out of a new selling and styling tool that will facilitate remote selling,” the chief executive, Geoffroy van Raemdonck, said in a statement.

J. Crew and Madewell will close their stores for two weeks after coming under fire on Instagram for remaining open. Both brands will pay their staff during that time.

All Zara stores in the United States are temporarily closed, a spokeswoman said.

As of Wednesday, Tapestry brands — Coach, Kate Spade New York and Stuart Weitzman — will close their stores in North America and Europe through March 27. Employees will continue to receive benefits and scheduled pay. Jide Zeitlin, the chief executive, called these “unprecedented times.”

Direct-to-consumer brands with a strong presence on Instagram and Facebook were quick to announce store closures, beginning with Glossier, the buzzy makeup brand with a handful of locations. It was followed by Allbirds, Everlane, Warby Parker, Outdoor Voices, Away, Rothy’s and Reformation.

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