Nordstrom

United States of America

The early beginnings of Nordstrom is an inspiring story of the American dream. John Nordstrom emigrated from Sweden in 1887 with no more than $5 in his pocket. After years of hardship he decided to head out west during the Gold Rush era to strike it big. As fate would have it, he ended with a $13,000 gold mine stake, which he used to partner with a friend, Carl Wallin, in Seattle to setup a small shoe store. By 1933 both founders retired and sold its shares to the Nordstrom sons who took the company to new heights. During the 60’s the company expanded from shoes and added men’s wear and women’s wear with more stores across the country, which became immensely successful. That pivotal transition is still evident today as Nordstrom is a leading department store filled with refined apparel for the lavish tastes.

Valentino
$1995
Topman
$40
Tracy Reese
$298
Honeydew Intimates
$30
Storksak
$275
Haute Hippie
$295
Olivia Moon
$48 $29
Ermenegildo Zegna
$195
Eileen Fisher
$168 $126
Marc Jacobs
$995
Michael by Michael Kors
$148 $99
Under Armour
$70
Boss by Hugo Boss
$40
Vince Camuto
$396 $265
Mink Pink
$120 $48
Ivanka Trump
$125
DKNY
$12
Alexis Bittar
$375 $251
Eileen Fisher
$108
Hunter
$40 $28
Ag Adriano Goldshmied
$179 $134
Eileen Fisher
$208
Ag Adriano Goldshmied
$179 $134
Ag Adriano Goldshmied
$179 $134
Jones New York
$89
Ag Adriano Goldshmied
$179 $134
Alexis Bittar
$65
Olivia Moon
$44
Olivia Moon
$44
Olivia Moon
$44
The Kooples
$180
Michael by Michael Kors
$358
Ippolita
$671