Retail Roundup—Pottery Barn opens New York flagship; Gilt redesigns site

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Pottery Barn emphasizes local with its new flagship.

Pottery Barn New York flagship spotlights local partners

Pottery Barn will open a 17,000-square-foot flagship this week in New York's Flatiron District. Located in a preserved 1904 building, the store will feature exclusive products created by local artists and services including Design Crew, a design service that takes in-home design projects from inspiration to reality. (Business Wire)

Hudson's Bay opens first store in Netherlands

Hudson's Bay has launched its first flagship brand department store in the Netherlands. Nine additional locations are planned for the region by the end of the month and five more are planned for 2018 as HBC looks to fill a void in the Dutch market between high-end luxury and discount chain department stores. (CBC News)

Amazon to launch private clothing line in Europe

Amazon has started advertising the launch of its new clothing line in Europe. The Find, a 500-piece womenswear collection, is being headed up by Frances Russell, vice president of Amazon's own label and former head of womenswear at Marks & Spencer. (The Telegraph)

Gilt redesigns site

Gilt has unveiled a site redesign in honor of its 10-year anniversary. The pioneer of the online flash sale, Gilt's new website will still feature daily new arrivals but with easier navigation, more offerings, editorial content and a tailored customer experience. (PR Newswire)