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The mall isn’t dead. A mall with 93,000 square metres of retail space, consisting of luxury stores and classic brands, recently opened its doors in the heart of the Hudson Yards complex in New York City. Its goal ? To offer locals and tourists a different shopping experience from that of a traditional mall.

The stores, built by two of the world’s largest real estate developers, Related Cos. and Oxford Properties Group, are designed to appeal to both high-end and low-end buyers: from clothing retailers Uniqlo, H&M, Zara and Athleta to luxury boutiques Dior, Fendi, Cartier and Tiffany.