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Just yesterday, we reported that Urban Outfitters refused to acknowledge a bed bug infestation at its 6th Avenue store. But in an official statement, the retailer outlines the problem, and reveals the steps that it’s taken.
When retailers get invaded by bed bugs, it’s a pretty gross situation. But when retailers try to hide the fact, then it’s just a downward spiral. Well, that’s exactly what happened to the Urban Outfitters store in Manhattan’s Flatiron District, and the retailer got caught.
We learned lots of things this week! The Kardashians‘ deal with MasterCard has turned sour, fake Vuitton bags are hard to come by and Karl Lagerfeld is a cocktail. Also: Angelina Jolie is a four-time Vogue cover girl, and magnetic underwear is a thing that exists.
Puka shell necklace wearers rejoiced when they found out the bedbug infested SoHo Hollister store would be reopening at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, but were immediately thrown for a loop when yet another store was shut down, this time parent company Abercrombie & Fitch’s South Street Seaport locale.