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Which Chain Stores Do We Hope to See in Boston in 2014?

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Same as last year, we've tapped a handful of reputable fashion friends to weigh in on 2013's greatest hits (and misses). Next up we are chatting national chain stores Boston is missing. Seriously, when will we get Uniqlo and Topshop?


Image via Aritzia/Facebook

Which national chains do you hope to see in Boston next year?

Kaitlin Madden, Lux & Concord blogger: My friend Merisa (the co-founder of Lux & Concord), introduced me to Aritzia when I lived in Chicago. It's a Canadian store with ten or so locations around the U.S., and they carry brands like rag & bone and Alexander Wang. It's very well edited and I always wanted everything in that store.

Tina Burgos, Covet + Lou founder: As if this city needs another national chain store...

Aliston Tomisato, PR and Marketing for W Boston: Muji for super comfy 100% cotton PJs and travel accessories that you didn't even know you needed.
· All Year in Racked 2013 posts [Racked Boston]