The retail landscape is changing daily with shortened store hours and closures — not just for brick and mortar stores but also websites. Some stores are closing altogether due to public health concerns. Before you venture out in to the world for necessary supplies, you should know which stores are open and which stores are closed during the coronavirus pandemic.
We’ve linked to each store so you can also easily check on current updates.
Abercrombie & Fitch
CEO, Fran Horowitz announced all Abercrombie stores will close from March 15th onward in the U.S.
Across the country, adidas stores will close from March 17th onward. According to the website, stores will reopen March 29th.
Stores are closed from March 15th through to March 27th. You can still shop the website.
American Eagle and Aerie
All stores will close across the U.S. until March 27th. CEO Jay Schottenstein notes on the site that all staff will be paid during the closures.
As of March 18th, all stores are closed until March 27th. You can still shop the website for Apple products.
The travel store closed its doors on March 16th for at least two weeks. Its website notes the staff will continue to be paid.
All stores will close from March 17th through to the end of the month. You can still purchase online.
Casper is shutting its 60 stores doors from March 17th through March 27th. You can still purchase through the website.
Stores are closed until March 30th, but the website remains open for sales.
Columbia Sportswear closed 122 outlet stores and 21 branded across the U.S. until March 27th.
CEO Tim Boyle writes in a letter: “Columbia has been in business since 1938 and weathered many storms by keeping our focus on the well-being of consumers, employees and the larger community. In addition to the store closures, we have taken many steps to carry out the health and safety advice from health authorities around the world.”
Dick’s Sporting Goods
Dick’s is staying open but limiting hours: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. It’s also offering free curbside contactless pick up.
Six stores will close until March 28th. The Everlane website notes that it is “offering compensation to our retail team during this time. Our online store will still be open, and we’ll be available at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our social channels.”
All stores will be closed until March 28th. According to the website, Fossil will be paying all staff throughout the closure.
Stores will close from March 17th through March 31st, including Foot Locker, Lady Foot Locker, Kids Foot Locker, Footaction, Champs Sports, Runners Point and Sidestep.
Gap is cutting store hours starting March 16th, across Gap, Banana Republic, Janie and Jack, Athleta and its outlet stores. Gap will continue to pay its staff during the closure.
Glossier is closing all stores from March 15th, with no open date announced.
Emily Weiss, Glossier’s founder and CEO, says in a blog post on the website that Glossier will compensate staff and points to the importance of social distancing right now: “In the Atlantic’s March 10th piece, ‘Cancel Everything,’ on the importance of social distancing during this pandemic, Yascha Mounk wrote, ‘…anyone in a position of power or authority, instead of downplaying the dangers of the coronavirus, should ask people to stay away from public places, cancel big gatherings, and restrict most forms of nonessential travel.’”
All stores close from March 17th until April 2nd. The website remains open.
All stores – over 800 – will close from March 18th until April 2nd.
All stores will be closed until March 28th. J. Crew will be paying its staff throughout the closure and notes on its website that “you can continue to find us 24/7 at jcrew.com and jcrewfactory.com and on our social channels to help with anything you need.”
Kohl’s is reducing store hours from March 17th onwards: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. You can find the store closest to you here.
Bath & Body Works, Victoria’s Secret and PINK
L Brand, the owner of Bath & Body Works, Victoria’s Secret and PINK will shut down all stores until March 30th. Victoria’s Secret and Pink websites are closed down. Bed & Body Works website is still up and staff is being paid during the closures.
All stores will be closed until March 27th. CEO Niels B Christiansen notes that the website will stay open.
Levi Strauss & Co.
Closing stores from March 16 through March 27th. The website remains open.
All 258 of its locations across the U.S. and Canada will be closed from March 16th to March 29th. You can read all its covid-19 updates here.
All stores closing from March 17th through March 31st. You can keep track of Macy’s updates here.
All stores closed until March 28th. The company notes on its website that the site will still be running and that it will continue to pay its staff.
Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo
Capri Holdings – which owns Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo – has closed all stores from March 18th through to April 10th.
Stores closed from March 16th through March 27th. The website remains open.
All stores closed as of March 13th. The website will also be closed. A note on the site points you to its dealers.
All stores closed until March 29th. The website is still up and running.
All 19 stores have shut until further notice. Their website is open for business.
All stores closing from March 16th to March 27th. The outdoor apparel and recreation retailer will close all of its 162 U.S. stores from March 16th through March 27th.
Saks Fifth Avenue and Saks Off Fifth
All stores closed from March 18th through April 1st. The website remains open and staff will be paid during the closure.
All stores closing from March 17th through April 3rd. Sephora will continue to pay staff and the website is still up and running.
All stores closed through March 28th. You can still make purchases on the website.
Stuart Weitzman, Coach and Kate Spade
All stores closed from March 19th to March 31st. You can still purchase through the website.
All stores close from March 16th through March 28th. The website remains open and the staff will continue to be paid.
All stores will close March 15th through March 27th. Online sales will continue.
All stores will be closed from March 17th through April 2nd. Includes Williams-Sonoma, Williams-Sonoma Home, Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, Pottery Barn Teen, West Elm, Rejuvenation and Mark & Graham.
Closed all of its American stores until further notice.