Anthropologie


    Anthropologie

    Anthropologie, an American clothing retailer, operates with over 200 stores globally. The chain of stores offers a wide variety of high-end and curated clothing, jewelry, intimates, home furniture and decor, beauty, and gifts. With the limited number of brick and mortar stores, Anthropologie has developed a large e-commerce following. It is also a part of URBN brands, which includes a number of other retailers such as Urban Outfitters, Free People, BHLDN, and Terrain.

    Hours and Locations

    Many of the Anthropologie  locations open at 10:00am and close at 9:00pm Monday through Saturday. Sunday hours are shortened and  usually run from 11:00am to 6:00pm. Even though most of the retail sites operate by the same hours it is best to research the closest location to you before leaving. It’s also a smart idea to keep in mind operating hours may vary during  holidays like New Year's day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Good Friday and Black Friday. Hours.com is often used by people who are trying to find out if “there is a Anthropologie near me, that’s open today”.

    Our retail locator will help you find both the location and hours of operation of any store. With over 200  locations spread around the world, it is can be a little difficult to find the retail if you aren’t in the right geographical region. The best places to visit the retail chain is either in New York, California, or Florida.

    5 Things You Didn’t Know About Anthropologie

    Customers have been storming the doors of Anthropologie for decades trying to be first in line for new clothing, jewelry and much more. With such a dedicated customer base and a well-respected brand there are few things that isn’t popular knowledge about the company. However, with only 200 locations globally not everyone has had the chance to visit the retailer. Here are 5 facts to broaden your Anthropologie knowledge:

    1. The company started as a line of Urban Outfitters that was sold to specialty and department stores.
    2. It took founder, Richard Hayne, and an interior designer over two years to build the layout of what the first store would look like.
    3. The specialty retailer does not partake in print or tv/radio commercials or advertisement.
    4. Polly Dickens, Charles’ DIckens’s great-granddaughter, worked as the director of the home division.
    5. Most Anthropologie locations are placed in historic buildings and not in malls, in order to give them a unique feel.

    Products & Services

    For the past 25 years, Anthropologie has been operating as a retailer and provider of women’s clothing, accessories, home decor products, beauty products, and gifts. Once you step inside of the unique company and location you are greeted with an  overwhelming amount of options including dresses, tops, sweaters, jumpsuits and rompers, jeans, pants, swimwear, intimates, loungewear, and petites. On top of this there are other non clothing offerings such as furniture, candles, bedding product, kitchen and dining products, garden and outdoor products and bathroom products.

    A Brief History

    Anthropologie’s roots are just as unique as the company itself. The founders of the company Richard Hayne and Scott Belair, created the retail company Free People as a project for their entrepreneurial class. This lead to them opening Urban Outfitters and inevitably Anthropologie. Anthropologie was created in hopes of giving creative, educated and affluent 30-45 year-old women a place to shop that would reflect the real them. The first official location was inside of an automobile shop that was refurbished and opened in 1992. Following this in 1998 the retailer decided to launch a mail-order catalog to capture customers that weren’t around the physical location.

    More Clothing in the US

    Anthropologie closed? Then try one of the other Clothing nearby.