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Disney continues to rollout its new concept Disney Store with the latest opening in Syracuse, NY and one in Rome, Italy. It also made news recently by agreeing to accept Apple Pay at some Disney Store locations (as well as … Continue reading
I’ve had this video in my open tabs for a few days waiting for the perfect time to spring it. With San Diego Comic Con dropping loads of exciting merchandise upon the reverent masses, now’s a great time to go … Continue reading
With properties like Marvel Superheroes, Disney Princesses, Pixar’s Cars, and Lucasfilm’s “Star Wars” the Walt Disney Company rang up a record 40.9 billion in global retail sales in 2013 The sales topped 2012′s $39.4 billion, $37.5 billion, in 2011, and … Continue reading
Barneys New York is launching Electric Holiday, a holiday campaign that introduces the characters of Disney lore to New York’s High Fashion. Disney even allowed the store to take some of the characters “off-model” so they would fit the more … Continue reading