Retail Roundup—Warby Parker expands, Goop pops up in Nordstrom

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Warby Parker currently has four Texas stores.

Warby Parker to expand in Texas

Warby Parker announced plans to open three more physical stores in Texas by the end of this year. A pioneer in the migration of online-only stores to offline, the eyeglass retailer currently has four Texas locations. (The Dallas Morning News)

Goop opens pop-up at Nordstrom

Goop, the brainchild of Gwyneth Paltrow, has launched a curated collection inside select Nordstrom stores. Available through June 25, the pop-up shop will feature everything from apparel and accessories to makeup and skin care. (PR Newswire)

Amazon looking seriously into pharmacy market

Amazon is hiring a staff leader to explore breaking into the pharmacy market. Though the e-commerce giant has been discussing the possibility for the last few years, this is the first time that the company has hired a general manager to look seriously into the pharmacy sector. (CNBC)

American Eagle comp sales up 2%

Amid a rocky market for teen apparel retailers, American Eagle Outfitters managed to increase comparable store sales 2% in the latest quarter, following a 6% increase last year. The company plans to open about 35 new stores in 2017 and close between 25 and 40 stores. (Business Wire)