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We invite you into our world - whether it's our store, website, catalog or social community - with the hope you take a deep breath and explore until your heart's content.
We've been getting to know you ever since 1992, when we opened our very first store in Wayne, Pennsylvania. From that time on, we've not only grown a hundredfold, but, more importantly, we've learned so much about you -like how you appreciate innovation, artfulness and good design, and how you're drawn to soulfulness and sincerity.
Although you enjoy the clever details and fine craftsmanship of our products, you come to us for more than that. You come to escape and to connect, to spend time and to make time.
Complex as you are, you remain our inspiration and because of this, we endeavor to bring you an unimagined experience.
We are committed, as always, to offering our customers signature products and unmatched service, both in our more than 185 stores throughout the United States, Canada and United Kingdom, and on anthropologie.com.
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The Insider: Designer Gives Vintage Park Slope Apartment Some “Down Home Cozy” Charm
The new owner of a floor-and-a-half apartment in a vintage Park Slope row house didn't have much to do in the way of renovation, but she ... Read More
The Insider: Custom Details and Quirky Art Star in Revamp of ‘Burg Loft-Apartment for Young Family
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