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Carousel Center mall, open on the shore of Onondaga Lake since 1990, has earned the shopping crown in Central New York and beyond. When people shopping here say they are going to Mall, natives know of where they speak. Penney and Best Buy anchor Carousel, but it all the other stuff packed inside that makes it a signature place to shop, dine, go to the movies and most of all, people watch. What new this summer and down the road? Ultimate Electronics, 77kids, Sephora and so much more. Oh, and never mind that huge addition on the Hiawatha Boulevard side. It not occupied yet.

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Fun and funky and, at night, it has a good beat. The reinvigorated former warehouse district is home to a wide collection of boutiques, a hotel, landmark restaurants including Pastabilities, plus The Sound Garden, a too cool for school record CD DVD store whose only other bohemian home is Baltimore. Coming this year: National chainomania, and a hot one: Urban Outfitters. Watch for more funky chains to come.

3. Central New York Regional Market.

Some see it as a destination on Saturday. Others on Saturday AND Sunday. Those in the know, know about it seven days a week.

But the highlights, admittedly, are Saturday, when it an indoor outdoor collection of sheds and stalls selling everything from local farmers fare to artistic flair jewelry and clothing. There are also dozens of hot and cold food vendors, dollar store purveyors and much, much more. On Sundays, a giant flea market moves in, along with the requisite farmers produce and other food vendors.

On weekends,
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as well as weekdays, stores, a Greek deli, boutiques and a diner are open for business in and around the cool indoor Regional Market Commons.

4. Towne Center at Fayetteville. Bean outlet store? Check. Bonefish Grill, Red Robin and Carrabba Check. A top notch YMCA to work it all off? Check.

This power center spun around on the relics of a faded mall is now destination shopping and dining in the Syracuse market. Anchors include Target, Kohl a P Fresh (soon to be Tops) supermarket and lots of dining, boutique shopping and discounters thrown in.

You can shop Syracuse unless you stop on The Hill. It a wide variety of shopping, from T shirt shops to trendy boutiques, a head shop to a tiny, enclosed You want something that screams you find it here. There plenty of cheap and fine dining, from patented locals including Varsity Pizza, Faegan pub and some Middle Eastern and Far Eastern tastes. Nearby is the Syracuse University bookstore, for loading up on some SU exclusive buys.

8. Fairmount Fair shopping center.

It come a long way, baby . boomers. Once a fading mall, later a fading strip center to its current status, as destination shopping: Marshalls, Target, ULTA Beauty, PetSmart, Bed Bath Beyond, Panera Bread, Dick Sporting Goods and more. There also a Wegmans supermarket within shouting distance. What got the joint jumping now is Onondaga County first Five Guys Burgers and Fries and soon, Philly discounter Five Below.

This 100 store outlet center is a bit of a stretch from Syracuse, but many locals make the one hour drive from Syracuse a couple of times a year. This top notch outlet center is strategically based along the New York State Thruway between Syracuse and Rochester to pull shoppers from both markets. Built in a huge circle, the center has plenty of free parking and is easily walked, with well placed dining and plenty of super clean restrooms.
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Stroll through shops in a town like setting or escape to the comfort of an air conditioned mall in Hampton Roads.

City Center at Oyster Point. 701 Town Center Drive in Newport News. 230,000 square feet of retail shops and restaurants. Development began in 2000.

Major stores: Animare Salon Spa, Ann Taylor Loft, Banana Republic, Coldwater Creek, J. Jill, Jos. A. Bank, Talbots, Ten Thousand Villages, Aroma’s Specialty Coffees Bakeshop, Taste Unlimited. 880 N. Military Highway in Norfolk. 900,000 square feet. Opened in 1970.

Major stores: Cinemark 18, JCPenney, Macy’s, Ross Dress for Less, Sears.

Monticello Shopping District (Comprised of Marketplace Shoppes, Monticello Marketplace and Windsor Meade Marketplace). Monticello Avenue, bounded by Route 199 and News Road in Williamsburg. The three centers combined total 600,000 square feet. Marketplace Shops opened in 2001; Monticello Marketplace in 1998; Windsor Meade Marketplace in 2005.

Major stores: Belk, PetSmart, Pier One Imports, Ritz Camera, Starbucks, Target, TJ Maxx.

Number of stores: 70.

New Town. Intersection of Monticello Avenue and Ironbound Road in Williamsburg. 300,000 square feet now, expected to reach 600,000 square feet. Opened in 2005. 12300 Jefferson Ave. in Newport News. 667,000 square feet. Opened in 1987.

Major stores: American Eagle Outfitters, Bath Body Works, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Dillard’s, Forever 21, JCPenney, Macy’s, New York Company, Victoria’s Secret.

Number of stores: 120. Opened in 2010 at the former site of Coliseum Mall off Mercury Boulevard in Hampton. Includes pedestrian walkways, parks, living areas and offices, along with department stores, smaller shops and restaurants.

Major stores: A Barnes Noble, Bath Body Works, Blue Ridge Mountain Sports, H JCPenney, Lane Bryant, Macy’s, Target,
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MIRABEL, Quebec, Oct. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ Simon, a global leader in retail real estate and SmartCentres, a private Canadian developer and Calloway REIT announced today the opening of Premium Outlets Montreal, bringing some of the world’s most recognized and popular design and lifestyle brands to the greater Montreal area.

Featuring designer and lifestyle brands, the new centre has more than 80 outlet stores offering savings of 25 to 65 percent every day. Many of these new outlet stores are unique to the Montreal metro area, including Michael Kors, Max Mara, The Hudson Bay Outlet, Desigual, Vans and many more. Shoppers at Premium Outlets Montreal will also find popular brands such as Calvin Klein, David’s Tea, Levi’s, Polo Ralph Lauren, Puma, Rudsak, Sarah Pacini, The Cosmetics Company Store, Coach, Jack and Jones, Bench and Hugo Boss.

“Premium Outlets Montreal is our second retail property in Canada after launching the highly successful Toronto Premium Outlets in August 2013,” said Mark Silvestri, Chief Operating Officer of Simon Premium Outlets. “Premium Outlets Montreal also brings a positive economic impact to the Montreal metropolitan area with more than 500 construction related jobs and 800 permanent and part time positions created.”

“The City of Mirabel is extremely proud to welcome internationally renowned Premium Outlets Montreal,” declared Mirabel Mayor Mr. Jean Bouchard. He added that this mega centre will contribute to the economic development of Mirabel and the region of the Lower Laurentians and meet the needs of numerous consumers, offering them top quality products. “Premium Outlets Montreal can depend on the full collaboration of the Town of Mirabel and all the resources at its disposal, just as has been the case since the inception of this project,” he concluded. “It has been a pleasure to work once again with such an outstanding organization as Simon to bring the second Premium Outlets centre in Canada to the Montreal community. We look forward to building out the 75 adjacent acres to bring an additional 74,322 square metres (800,000 square feet) of retail and creating hundreds of new jobs for the area residents,” said Mitchell Goldhar, President and Chief Executive Officer for SmartCentres.

“Calloway’s investment in Premium Outlets Montreal is consistent with our vision to provide value oriented shopping for Canadian consumers,” said Huw Thomas, Chief Executive Officer of Calloway. “We wish to thank the town of Mirabel for working so collaboratively with us to ensure a successful Grand Opening for our tenants and shoppers.”

The centre offers 34,049 square meters (360,000 square feet) of retail and is accessible by taking Exit 28 of the Highway 15 in Mirabel, Quebec.

About Simon Premium Outlets The global Simon Premium Outlets portfolio offers exceptional brands at extraordinary savings through a diverse mix of luxury, designer and popular retailers representing the best in fashion, family and home. Our 84 Simon Premium Outlets in the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico and South Korea are some of the most iconic and productive shopping destinations for residents and travelers including Woodbury Common (New York City), Orlando, Desert Hills (Palm Springs), Las Vegas and Wrentham Village Premium Outlets (Boston).

About CallowayCalloway is one of Canada’s largest real estate investment trusts with total assets of approximately $7 billion. It owns and manages approximately 27 million square feet in 125 value oriented retail centres having the strongest national and regional retailers, as well as strong neighbourhood merchants. Calloway’s vision is to provide a value oriented shopping experience to Canadian consumers.

About SmartCentresSmartCentres is Canada’s largest developer and operator of unenclosed shopping centres. SmartCentres has developed over 50 million square feet in 250 shopping centres. SmartCentres operates in over 100 communities, including every major market in Canada, and all provinces. SmartCentres is committed to the creation of centres designed for the income and lifestyle of all Canadians.
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But will it? Analysts who study department stores say the downturn may prove too severe for some companies. Penney, Kohl and Sears; and regional chains Bon Ton and Belk.

Over the next few weeks, the category will report substantially weaker fourth quarter earnings. Its share of total retail sales has been shrinking since the 1980s. Together, the top 10 chains had sales of about $110 billion last year, about one fourth of Wal Mart total.

As a group, department stores posted nine consecutive monthly sales declines through January and are forecast to post a 10.8 percent decline in February, said analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters.

There also a danger that customers hooked on discounts and learning to live with less may not return to their old ways.

know that shoppers are avoiding certain retail space to avoid temptations, and malls are at the top of that list, said Candace Corlett, president of WSL Strategic Retail. it temporary? It could be two years. In a WSL survey, 55 percent said they are shopping less at the mall.

Once the recession hit in late 2007, it put the kibosh on phenomenal sales growth at luxury and upscale chains from Neiman Marcus to Nordstrom, said Kelly Tackett, a senior consultant at TNS Retail Forward.

It also deflated momentum in the other department stores, some of which had spruced up their home departments. Penney introduced Polo Ralph Lauren American Living brand, and Macy featured Martha Stewart exclusives.

The downturn was more than Mervyn and Goody could bear. They ended operations last year.

The department store never materialized, Tackett said.

High end hurting the most

Now each store has its own issues, she said. has been the hardest hit with the aspirational shopper cutting back. Macy is still trying to benefit from its national scale. Penney and Kohl Retailing expert Paco Underhill asks: that we have national department store Macy everywhere, instead of the regional department stores, who is going to know the customer? There are dresses flying off the rack in Dallas that no one will take into a dressing room in Philadelphia. Macy focus has been operational, and can only cost cut for so long, Tackett said. Traffic building initiatives, including more localization with a My Macy effort, have done well in tests.

It not all about the recession. footholds such as H Mango and Zara, Underhill said. do trendy merchandise quickly. It a new category of disposable clothing. Meeting different demands

Department stores need to focus more on stuff we wear Monday through Friday, Underhill said. also need to answer why their sweater costs $162 and that one costs $29. The reason can be the label on the inside. Luxury needs to stop organizing stores the egos of their vendors, he said. you in for a little black dress, you shouldn have to go through several couture shops. Your 12 and 14 size shouldn be hidden in the back, if it in the store at all. Longtime department store suppliers see a need to build their own relationships with shoppers.

Watch and accessories maker Fossil Inc., ironically, was founded to fill a void for fashion watches at department stores. Now it is cultivating its own consumer business as retailers close stores.

Est Lauder, once the most protected department store cosmetics brand, sells directly to consumers online.

The traditional department store cosmetics and fragrance business has lost its long standing dominance, Corlett said.

don think they stand a chance up against Sephora and MAC. They still spritzing people walking by.

Since 2006, Penney has been adding Sephora shops inside its stores, and recently Macy said it will add Lush shops.

Shopping patterns change

The ability to be outfitted from head to toe under one roof is no longer an advantage, Corlett said. a society that builds it as we go. People like to mix it up, mix up looks, price points, brands and designers. Camille Blankenship left a Macy in Dallas recently with a pair of Ralph Lauren black leather ankle boots that had been marked down several times to $38.

Her complaint is that too much there. Before Christmas, she was shopping for a skirt. She left Macy and went to Steinmart, where the petite department is smaller. She found the skirt for $30.
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we from Australia, replies the other new arrival, a bit sheepishly.I almost feel like stepping in: this outdoorsy store that was started in Freeport. They make this, you know, this famous boot? obviously done my homework. For it is my imminent destiny to visit Freeport. I don remember exactly who dreamed up this mission for me. I know there was a lot of chortling and one vaguely insulting appraisal: don really look like the consumeristic sort, Frances. assignment is to spend a day shopping in Freeport, Maine: outlet mecca and summer home to many a Maritimer credit cards. My goal is to survive.For me, shopping is akin to visiting the bathroom something I must occasionally do, but don particularly relish. First of all, nothing fits my orangutan arms and hobbit feet. Second, I just don like a lot of things.Plus, I cheap. A good 80 per cent of my wardrobe comes from Value Village. When I see a price tag with a figure in the double digits (excluding anything after the decimal point), the way portion of my brain immediately fires up.Still, Freeport is known for its outlets, which I assume means bargains. So I look up Canadian duty exemptions on the off chance that Maritimes hating Ikea happens to have a store nearby. (It doesn The closest one to Freeport is in Stoughton, Mass., about 2 1/2 hours away. The brutes.)I prepare a list of things I could legitimately say I need:List in hand, I hit the streets of Freeport. This coastal town, 31/2 hours from the New Brunswick border, is home to about 8,000 people, roughly the population of Bridgewater. It is the most beautiful shopping mall I ever seen.Main Street is the picture of a perfect all American town. Lined with historic buildings, clapboard houses, old timey lampposts and flowering trees, it no wonder that millions of shoppers flock here every summer.Banana Republic, for instance, is in a 21/2 storey red brick building with a double chimney, and the inside is all wainscoting and crown moulding, with a palette straight out of Martha.Perhaps no building exemplifies Freeport graceful esthetic more than the McDonald No plastic neon golden arches here. They not allowed.Among the town many ordinances which include one on pinball, one on mercury thermometers, one banning polystyrene foam and one called Controlling Nudity in Business (controlling it is encouraged) is a 13 page sign bylaw that prohibits internally illuminated signs. (Other rules dictate that no sign except barber poles may have visibly moving parts, and all of the following are banned: blinking, moving or glaring illumination, banners, pennants, ribbons, streamers and spinners. flags are permitted but are subject to six subclauses, including one limiting design to the standard red, white and blue colouring.)The Freeport McDonald is in a traditional New England ell and barn style house and is recognizable as a McDonald only by a barely noticeable sign above the front doorway and a small, tasteful wooden sign in the garden.When the company attempted to set up shop here about 30 years ago, it met with well organized opposition by a group that called itself Freeport Mac Attack. Residents were worried that a fast food joint would rob Freeport of its small town charm.is a moral issue, the chairman of the planning board reportedly said at the time. McDonald ever came in, a part of Freeport that matters to people will never be the same. wonder what the shoppers of 30 years ago would think of Freeport today. There are couples walking arm in arm, already happily toting paper shopping bags loaded with purchases. It time to get this shopping expedition underway.At the British themed store Bridgham Cook, I admire the Marmite aprons and ponder how difficult it would be to scrub clean a teapot shaped like Big Ben.Next, I hit up the Mangy Moose. Among the clothing, antiques and knick knacks are a $3,000 mounted moose head, a stuffed raccoon complete with business meaning claws and a half eaten cob of corn for $295, and an obviously less prized skunk for a mere $95. Over the course of the day, I will realize that Freeport single handedly keeps the taxidermy profession alive. The stores here have more stuffed wildlife specimens than the whole of the Museum of Natural History at home.A few doors down, I encounter Cool As A Moose.two moose themed stores? I ask the clerk.welcome to Maine! she says. lighthouses, lobster and blueberries. That about it. That what Maine known for. remember my list and move on. At the Jockey store, the sales clerk politely explains at length how at Jockey, cup size is determined not by inches, but by volumetrics. This sounds impressively scientific, but I realize I don want to know my bra size in inches or millilitres, thank you very much. All the stripes and polka dots and solids and florals have lost any appeal they once had.I must have a vacant look on my face as I momentarily lose myself in the incredible pillowy softness of a fuzzy hoodie at North Face. It reminds me of the abominable snowman.At the Coach store, a woman is trying on a handbag. I didn know this was something people did. She turns, looking in the mirror. if it going to look different from the back! I catch myself thinking as I scowl internally. Apparently I now both bored and cranky.As company lore has it, Leon Leonwood Bean started the business after returning home with cold, wet feet from a hunting trip in 1911. He commissioned a cobbler to stitch leather uppers to a rubber boot, printed up some flyers and mailed them to registered hunters. Although Bean had to refund 90 of the first 100 purchases when the leather and rubber separated, he persevered and slowly built an empire.as the locals call it, is a source of pride for many residents who revere the quality of the store products and praise the company contributions to the town. But some residents don get the fuss.
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Shoplifter shares the secrets of his successA shoplifter who is believed to have plundered goods worth hundreds of thousands of pounds found himself behind bars after sharing the secrets of his success.12:07, 21 JUN 2010Updated06:08, 12 JAN 2013Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!

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A shoplifter who is believed to have plundered goods worth hundreds of thousands of pounds found himself behind bars after sharing the secrets of his success.

Peter O’Neill had a reputation as one of Manchester’s most effective shoplifters and picked up for revealing his methods to crime prevention bosses from 25 big name stores.

But weeks after telling all, the 31 year old drug addict who is thought to have stolen around of goods in the past four years was arrested in Manchester’s city centre.

O’Neill had spoken to delegates at a meeting of the Retail Loss Prevention Fashion Forum, whose members include Marks and Spencer, Next, House of Fraser, River Island, John Lewis and Harrods.

The conference also attended by security bosses for Mothercare, New Look, Monsoon, Polo Ralph Lauren, TK Maxx, Matalan, Peacocks, Nike and All Saints heard from O’Neill about his actions, motivations and modus operandi for his thefts.

He is understood to have acted with a female accomplice to smuggle hundreds of pounds worth of clothes a time.

He was jailed for eight weeks this month after Manchester Magistrates Court heard he had stolen 11 pairs of ladies’ trousers, worth from Marks and Spencer, and eight T shirts, worth from All Saints.

Police in the city centre have set up a crack team of officers to help drive down shoplifting after being approached by the Fashion Forum, whose retail crime conference was run by consultancy firm, ORIS group.

A spokesman for the Fashion Forum and ORIS said: “He (O’Neill) came to talk to us in Bury and was paid by ORIS who felt it would add value to hear directly from him and climb inside the head of a prolific shoplifter.”

Andrew Wood, MD of Oxfordshire based ORIS group, said the consultancy would have paid the speaker from funds which they hold for the forum.

O’Neill, of no fixed address, is understood to have been to prison once before. He has been caught in the act by police 16 times but is thought to have committed at least three times as many offences.

The Fashion Forum spokesman said O’Neill claimed he was a Gulf War veteran and told them his thefts totalled and fed a drug habit claims police sources say are grossly exaggerated.

Forum members have since met with police in the city and a dedicated team of six officers and a sergeant has been put together to help crackdown on shoplifting and other offences such as anti social behaviour.

They are particularly focussing on the main shopping area, including Market Street, Manchester Arndale and Piccadilly Gardens.

City centre Chief Inspector Chris Hill said he was also working on plans to grant store security staff limited police powers.

Under a scheme called ‘Community Safety Accreditation’, they would be able to hand out fines to petty criminals including those causing a nuisance in stores, drinking or refusing to give their name when caught thieving.

He said: “This is all part of a more concentrated effort to tackle shoplifting. While the new neighbourhood team is not solely looking at shoplifting, this is a major concern in that area and we are already seeing results. Shops are a community in themselves and we recognise this is a priority for them. The team will be working with them and other partners in the city centre to drive shoplifting down.”

Fashion Forum member, Alan Grocott, head of loss prevention for Next, said he was encouraged by the new police team, adding: “We will wait to see the outcome of the pilots of this new neighbourhood scheme and we will be making sure all of our stores in Manchester are co operating to make it work.”
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Trelise Cooper is holding her famous sample sale at her Newmarket head office. The sale, which starts today and runs until Sunday June 21, will feature samples, prototypes, production over runs and more from all Cooper’s ranges including Trelise Cooper Kids. Get shopping at 8 Lion Place, Newmarket. Wednesday 9am 9pm, Thursday Friday 9am 5pm, Saturday Sunday 9am 4pm.

Attention preppies: Polo Ralph Lauren is holding an end of season sale, and it starts today. The Newmarket store will have up to 50 per cent off clothes and accessories. The sale is on for a limited time; visit the store at 277 Broadway, Newmarket, Auckland, ph 0800 765 675. Visit at 6 Rugby Road, Birkenhead Point, ph (09) 4180 052.

In the weird but interesting category of things that cross the Viva desk are Hotteeze, little self adhesive pads that stick inside the outer layer of clothes and heat up to act like a mobile hot water bottle. The slim pads can be placed on achy places, a sore tummy or stiff shoulder for instance, and worn without anyone knowing for up to 12 hours of heat. Made in Japan, where it is believed that keeping the solar plexus and kidneys warm is health giving, the eco friendly pad costs $3 or $23.95 for a pack of 10, available from selected health food stores, pharmacies and supermarkets nationwide. It works when the iron filling is exposed to oxygen and the contents can be disposed off into soil afterward.

Having withdrawals now that the winner of New Zealand’s Next Top Model has been announced? Well today is your lucky day the SPCA and Lonely Miaow have launched a fundraiser, cutely called New Zealand’s Next Top Cat Model. New Zealanders are being encouraged to enter their cats online, where they’ll be in the running towards becoming New Zealand’s next top cat model. You can also donate to the SPCA, and from September 1, vote for your favourite model puss. The judging panel includes NZNTM’s Colin Mathura Jeffree and SPCA CEO Robyn Kippenberger. Entries close July 31, and the winner will be chosen on October 1.

Coloriste 10 is a new range of home hair dye from Schwarzkopf that takes just 10 minutes to process. It’s the second speedy solution to market after the recent release of L’Oreal’s Excell10 product. Coloriste is available in 10 colours, works on greys and has hair strengthening ingredients and a new style comb applicator. It costs $19.99 and is available widely from pharmacies, supermarkets and variety stores. Other new to New Zealand hair ranges we’ve noticed are Pureology, the much lauded organic shampoo range from America, which leaves hair feeling soft and has a reputation for maintaining the depth of coloured hair and an English line called Organic Colour systems which includes ammonia free dye options.
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Always a notebook with a good binding. Always two or three pens specifically Lamy ballpoints. Driving in the deep South for my book, I always had bottles of wine in the back of my car and often food, for those late stops in remote motels where they have microwaves.

COULD USE: Probably a new hat, called the Voyager made by Lock Co. Hatters in London. Mine is very battered. You can roll them up and pack them.

TO GIVE: It all depends on the person. For a new friend, perhaps a book of mine related to a distant place, my novel “The Lower River” (set in Africa), or “The Elephanta Suite” (set in India).

MUST HAVES: I pack things that are easy to carry and fashionable at the same time items that make me feel good and look good, without complication or stress. A cozy black sweater. Elegant flats.

COULD USE: I’d love a warm, oversized bathrobe. It’s like wrapping yourself in comfort, wherever you are. To me, when I’m travelling, there’s nothing better to come back to than a soft, cozy bathrobe you can just sink into and relax in especially after a long day out hiking or sightseeing. One of my favourite bathrobe brands and styles is UGG’s Duffield.

TO GIVE: A great, versatile piece of luggage is the best gift I can imagine. TUMI luggage is my personal preference. I like the weight, expansiveness and style (like the Tegra Lite extended trip packing case). Walt Whitman once wrote, “every cubic inch of space is a miracle” and when you’re travelling, that’s certainly the case!IRFAN AHMAD: MY TRAVEL PARTNER IS MY PHONE

Ahmad created the Irhal app for Muslim travellers, which includes 90 plus city guides with halal restaurants, mosques and prayer timings for each city.

MUST HAVES: My No. 1 travel partner is now my phone. In the past, not unlike the 108 million fellow Muslims who travel every year, I needed a compass to find the direction of Mecca to say my prayers in a new city. Today, my phone with the Irhal app has a built in compass.

ALSO: My navy blue Sperry top siders the original two eye boat shoe that can look cool on the beach and casually elegant in any party I need to attend while travelling. And of course, for that unexpected formal event, a Polo Ralph Lauren navy blue sport coat/blazer with brass buttons that even makes a T shirt look respectable.

COULD USE: I need to replace my pull along bag which I use to protect my laptop while travelling. . I am looking for that perfect saddle leather antique looking, weather beaten bag with modern spinner wheels that glide across the aisle with ease. The perfect blend of rugged leather and modern comfort.

TO GIVE: A GoPro for the adventure seeker who loves bungee jumping or zip lining. A phone battery backup for the always connected millennial.


Magee is a hotelier and founder of Young Travel Professionals, with over 10,000 members globally.

MUST HAVES: Moisturizer. To go from a long plane ride straight to a day full of meetings, especially when it’s a red eye, I’ll use my favourite Fresh Umbrian Clay oil free lotion.

A sapphire blue Michael Kors Jet Set Travel saffiano tote bag is my signature and my saviour. It’s light and sturdy enough to fit everything from my laptop to my makeup bag plus, it slides underneath the seat.

I always pack a change of clothes in my carry on. My usual? A Black House White Market slip dress. The material doesn’t wrinkle and the dress can easily roll up into a tiny ball, perfect for a small bag. The retailer comes out with new patterns every season.

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Luxury fashion retailer Ralph Lauren Corp. (NYSE:RL) unveiled a 13.2% decline in first quarter sales to US$1.3bn as fewer promotions deterred shoppers and as the company streamlined the business.

Net income totalled US$59.5mln, or 72 cents per share, in the quarter to 1 July, compared to a loss of US$22.3mln, or 27 cents, a year earlier when it incurred a US$86mln restructuring charge.

Adjusted earnings per share was US$1.11, beating analysts’ expectations of 95 cents and sending its share price up 10% to US$86.29 in US morning trading.

Revenue was also ahead of market estimates of US$1.34bn with the company blaming the drop on a pullback in distribution and brands, low consumer demand and an increase in reduction in promotional activity.

The decision to sell more items at full price discouraged consumers in North America and in Europe where sales fell 17% and 14% respectively.

Ralph Lauren expects second quarter revenue to fall 9% to 10% and full year revenue to drop 8% to 9%.

Patrice Louvet, who joined as the company’s new chief executive in July from Procter Gambler, said: “While we are addressing challenges in our business, we have significant opportunity ahead and we’re moving forward with urgency.”

“Ralph and I are focused on actively evolving the brand expression and consumer experience so we can ultimately renew growth and get back to leading. We are continuing to build a strong foundation for future growth, as evidenced by our progress this quarter on the key elements of the ‘Way Forward’ plan.”
burberry slim fit polo shares gain as first quarter earnings smash analysts' estimates