(Once again I'm gonna go a bit on and off topic)
Really, when it comes down to it- how much longer do boutiques or any kind of brick and mortar type store have in them, 10 years? On the outside? Or even skilled textile workers? I'm not a good example, but the two times that I can recall buying an article of clothing in person(as opposed to online), one was a t-shirt at a Meat Beat Manifesto show in SF this past fall, and the other was at a The Body show in 2015(and it was printed on one of those shitty Gildan brand shirts. Which I swear are shaped for lego peoples, if I hadn't been shit faced and brain dead from head banging there's no way I woulda plunked down for that one). I feel like it's all gonna turn web, and you'll occasionally see a week or month long pop up brick and mortar, which will feel either novel or nostalgic or both depending on your age/cultural background.
'Remember the mall?'