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  • Not on the High Street goes brick-and-mortar
  • Not on the High Street goes brick-and-mortar
    Fabrizio Maestroni (2016) ©
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Not on the High Street goes brick-and-mortar

Online retailer Not on the High Street celebrated its tenth anniversary with The Open Door pop-up – a three-day offline shopping experience. And this is just the beginning; it's ironically planning on taking its offerings straight to the high street with a move towards brick-and-mortar.

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