Monthly Archives: September 2017

| SUNDAY READING | On the dangers of discounts


Retailers Look to Wean Shoppers off the 24/7 Discount Party, via Washington Post, 2016

It’s Discounted, But Is It a Deal: How Prices Lost Their Meaning, via New York Times, 2016

Ditch the Discounts, via Harvard Business Review, 2011

The Long-Term Impact of Promotion and Advertising on Consumer Brand Choice, via Journal of Marketing Research, 1997

Pricing and Advertising Signals of Product Quality, via Journal of Political Economy, 1986


| SAVE THE DATE | Hurricanes Harvey and Irma Benefit Sale



Wednesday, September 20th 9am to 9pm
38 Orchard St., corner of Hester St.

For a special one day sale to benefit communities who have been devastated Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

100% of the proceeds will go to these organizations:

Circle of Health
Houston & Corpus Christi Foodbanks
Texas Diaper Bank & Miami Diaper Bank
LGBT Disaster Relief Fund

A New York community of designers and retailers have donated clothing, accessories and objects in an effort to send love and badly-needed support to people in storm-affected areas.

A Detacher
Audrey Louise Reynolds
Cala Ossidiana
Corell Corell
Creatures of Comfort
Daryl K
Ekhaus Latta
Ina (Vintage)
M. Patmos
97 Crosby
Print All Over Me
Project No. 8
Saturdays NYC
Seek Collective
Slow and Steady Wins the Race
Various Projects, Inc
White Zinfandel
Wintercheck Factory
Zero + Maria Cornejo

and the the list of participants continues to grow.

Special Live DJ sets by DJKG and Friends

Various Project Spaces
38 Orchard Street
NY NY 10002

Announcement design: With Projects