When our customer leaves Urban Outfitters, the Main Line is the type of place where more of them go than don't.
We believe there is no fundamental structural changes in the young-adult market. There are, of course, fashion changes, and the success of each brand depends on the accuracy with which it predicts those changes.
The model a lot of companies use is a very pyramidal model which sort of designates that all creativity, all wisdom flows from the top. We think that's the absolute wrong model.
Our job as a business is not to promote a political agenda. That's not what we do.
As a company, we don't contribute to any cause except noncontroversial things like a breast cancer walk. I don't know anybody who is 'for' breast cancer.
For a suburban man aged 30 to 40, hell is going clothing shopping on a Saturday afternoon. There are about 5,000 other things they would put on the list ahead of clothes shopping.
I would never and did not ever characterize myself as a hippie.
Psychographics speaks more to an attitude, a lifestyle.
We have a relationship with our customer, and that relationship translates into sales.
At a mall you can almost get frostbite, it's so boring. Looking different is worth a lot.
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