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An Adidas store would be interesting only if they carry all of their retro/classic shoes. As for the rest of the list....meh! I'm guessing that this list of "up and coming" simply agreed to some advertising time with CNBC along the way; say, is that poor journalism or just good salesmanship? ;) Even though they are only listed as a parent company on this article, why is it that every Lululemon store I've seen is filled with smug, outwardly self-absorbed people who are willing to overpay for clothing that they won't be wearing next year (not to mention ridiculous styles)? It's not a destination, it's only a store!
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