Online fashion giant Shein hosting Cincinnati pop-up store. When and where you can shop

Shein, a fast fashion giant founded in China, will welcome Greater Cincinnati customers to a physical pop-up store this week.

The online company, known for its low prices and seemingly endless range of products, is hosting a pop-up shop at Kenwood Towne Centre from Aug. 10-13. It will take place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday-Saturday and from noon to 6 p.m. Sunday.

During the four-day event, Shein will offer exclusive deals and free gifts that customers can redeem in-store.

According to the Shein website, customers must wait in a standby line to enter. Access is not guaranteed and is subject to store capacity. The closing times are also subject to product availability.

The Shein pop-up shop is a cashless event, with only credit and debit cards accepted. All Cincinnati pop-up sales are final. No returns, refunds or exchanges will be accepted. Online purchases cannot be returned or exchanged at the pop-up store.

What is Shein?

Pronounced “she-in,” the online fast fashion retailer was founded in Nanjing, China, in 2008 by Chris Xu, an American-born entrepreneur. The online store, which has faced controversy for its labor law violations and environmental impact, hosted its first pop-up shop in Miami in 2018.

There have been three Shein pop-up events in the U.S. this year, taking place in Las Vegas, Seattle and, most recently, Indianapolis. Shein doesn’t reveal its full pop-up schedule in advance and only announces upcoming temporary stores days or weeks before the launch, Women’s Wear Daily reports.

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