World List of department stores

Army & Navy Stores
The Bargain! Shop - Discount stores (formerly the Canadian stores of F. W. Woolworth Company).
Costco - USA, warehouse superstore, food, electonics, furniture, clothing, car repair.
Dollar Giant - Canada's largest dollar store chain, founded in 2001, head office in Vancouver BC
Dollarama / Rossy - Dollar store in eastern Canada.
Fields - Discount chain in British Columbia and Alberta (owned by Hudson's Bay Company).
Giant Tiger / Tigre Géant - Discount stores.
Hart Stores - Eastern Canada discount chain.
Holt Renfrew - High-end department stores
The Bay - Department store owned by Hudson's Bay Company.
LALIBERTÉ - On St-Joseph Street in Quebec City.
The North West Company - Retail, primarily northern and smaller towns.
Piper's - St. John's, Nfld. discount variety store chain.
Riff's - Newfoundland department store chain.
S&R Department Store - Discount store.
SAAN - Discount stores.
Sears Canada - Formerly Simpsons-Sears.
Stedmans V&S - Discount stores.
Taylor's - Quebec department store chain.
Wal-Mart Canada - US-based international discount store.
Winners - Part of U.S giant TJX Companies
XS Cargo - Discount retailer chain dealing in clearance items.
Zellers - Discount department store owned by Hudson's Bay Company.
Andrew's
The Arcade - St. John's, Nfld.-based discount variety store chain (1938-1995).
The Bon Marché - Independent discount variety store in St. John's, Nfld. (1919-1971).
Bowring Brothers - St. John's, Nfld. department store. Also national home decor store chain.
Bretton's - High end department store 1985-1996.
Consumers Distributing - Catalogue store 1957-1996.
Corvette
Creaghan's - New Brunswick department store chain.
Dupuis Frères - Quebec-based chain, symbol of French-Canadian commerce and pride.
Fortin - In downtown Trois-Rivières, Quebec; bought by Dupuis Frères.
Freimans - Longtime Ottawa retailer, acquired by The Bay in 1972.
Greenberg - Merged with SAAN.
Horizon - Discount department store operated by Eaton's, 1967-1978.
Holman's - Chain of stores in Prince Edward Island. Closed in early 1990s.
Lasalle - Discount department store.
Le Syndicat de Québec - Acquired by La Compagnie Paquet in 1974.
The London, New York and Paris - St. John's, Nfld. department store chain (1916-1991).
Marks and Spencer Canadian stores closed 1999
Metropolitan Stores Ltd. - Sister chain of SAAN, stores later converted to the SAAN name.
Morgan's - Merged with Hudson's Bay Company.
Murphy-Gamble - Ottawa store, acquired by Simpson's.
Peoples - (1914-1995) discount store closed at the same time as its parent company Wise Stores.
Plazamart - On St-Hubert Street in Montreal.
Pollack - In Quebec City area and Trois-Rivières - bankrupted in 1978.
Pryce Jones - Calgary branch of United Kingdom mail-order company, operated 1911 to 1916.
The Right House - Higher-end department stores, last store closed in the 90's.
Royal Stores - Newfoundland department store chain (1895-1977).
Sentry - Ontario chain of retail department stores. Chain closed in mid-1980s.
Shop-Rite - Catalogue store operated by Hudson's Bay Company in 1970s-1992.
Simpsons-Sears Limited - Renamed Sears Canada Inc.
Spencer's - Western Canada, bought by Eaton's.
S.S. Kresge - Smaller, downtown locations.
Target - Newfoundland discount variety store chain (1981-1995) - never related to American company.
Towers Department Stores / BoniMart - Sold out to Zellers in 1990.
Walker Department Store - Galt, Ontario.
Wise Stores - Similar to Hart Stores.
Wood Brothers - Halifax department store chain.
Woolco - Discount department store, usually in the suburbs, acquired by Wal-Mart in 1994.
El Palacio de Hierro
Grupo Sanborns - Technically a pharmacy. Formerly a division of Walgreens.
Liverpool
MEGA
Sears Roebuck de México - A division of Grupo Sanborns.
Soriana
Waldo's Mart
Walmart
Woolworth Mexicana
Costco Mexico
Alli's
Collin's
Conway
Dante
Do it Center
Dorian's
El Machetazo
El Titan
Felix B. Maduro
La Onda
Poll Mart
Sacks
Saray
Steven's
Via Vai
Capri
Kmart
Macy's
JC Penney
Pitusa
La Reina
Sears, Roebuck and Company
Topeka
Wal-Mart
Marshalls
Almacenes Velasco
Bargain Town
Gonzalez Padin
Lojas Americanas
Lojas Riachuelo
Lojas Renner
Lojas Marisa
Leader Magazine
Lojas Esplanada
Otoch
Pernambucanas
Jurandir Pires
Lojas Seller
Lojão do Brás
Fatex
Tanger
Textil Abril
Luige Bertolli
Dillard´s
Mappin
Mesbla
Sandiz
Sears
Almacenes París - Belongs to the Cencosud Group.
Falabella - The oldest department store in Chile.
Johnson's
Jumbo - Supermarket chain, belongs to the Cencosud Group.
La Polar
Líder - Supermarket chain, belongs to the D&S Company.
Ripley
Corona - 27 Stores in 23 different cities of Chile and 1 Outlet Center in Santiago
J.C. Penney - 6 stores in Santiago area. Closed because of poor sellings in 1999.
Muricy's - 1 store in Las Condes area. Closed because of poor sellings in 1991.
Sears - Closed because of an economical recession in 1988.
Caravana
Carrousel
EXITO - Medellin-based department store.
Falabella - Chilean company. Opened first store in Colombia end 2006.
Flamingo
Ripley
Saga Falabella
Topitop
Coming soon:
Almacenes Paris
Lapolar
Hogar - Broken up in 1996.
Oechsle - Broken up in the early 90s. It was the oldest department store in Peru.
Saga - Sold to Falabella (Chile) and rebranded as Saga Falabella in 1995.
Sears - Sold to and rebranded as Saga in the late 80s.
APiTA
CRC Department Store
Citistore
c!ty'super
Dragon Seed
Harvey Nichols
JUSCO - Part of AEON Group.
Lane Crawford
Marks & Spencer
Mitsukoshi
New World
Seibu Department Stores
Seiyu
Sincere
Sogo
Wing On
Daimaru
Matsuzakaya
Yaohan
Big Bazaar
c3 (Cost,Comfort,Convenience)
Central
Fabmall
Akbarally's
Family Mart
Foodworld
Home Stop
Hyper Mart
Lifestyle International
Marks & Spencer
Pantaloons
Shopper's Stop
Spencers
reliance
Spinach
Subhiksha
Vishal Mega Mart
Westside
Big Apple
sahara unique(shop for Trend)
Java Department Store
Centro
Debenhams
Galeri Keris
Parisian
Matahari
Metro
Rimo
Pasaraya
Ramayana
Sogo
Seibu
Harvey Nichols
M Pacific Place
shahrvand(department store)
Hamashbir Latsarchan
Main article: Department stores in Japan
Debenhams
Isetan
Jusco
Marks & Spencer - Branches in 1 Utama and Suria KLCC.
Metrojaya
Milimewa
Parkson
Pacific
Robinsons - Opening new outlet in The Garden Mid Valley.
Sogo
The Store
Yaohan - Branches taken over by Parkson.
7th Avenue (Islamabad)
Aghaas (Karachi)
Al-Fatah, Liberty Market (Lahore)
Chanda Store, Gulberg Main Market (Lahore)
HKB (Lahore)
Imtiaz1 (Karachi)
Imtiaz2 (Karachi)
Naheed (Karachi)
Pace (Lahore)
Pot Purri (Lahore)
Shahid Iqbal (Karachi)
CSI (Dagupan City, La Union, Baguio City, Lingayen and Candon City)
Crossings (Mandaluyong City and Quezon City)
Ever Gotesco (Metro Manila)
Fair Mart (Cubao, Cebu City and Manila)
Gaisano
Isetann (Cubao and Manila)
L Timestudio
Landmark (Makati City and Quezon City)
Makro
Manels
Mart One
PhilRegalo (Manila, Quezon City, Cebu City and Rizal)
Plaza Fair (Cubao, Baguio City, Cebu City, Manila, Angono and Cagayan de Oro City)
Robinsons
Rustans (Makati City, Alabang, Cubao, Mandaluyong City, Cebu City and Manila)
Shopwise (Libis, Makati City, Alabang, Sucat, Cubao and Antipolo)
Tiongsan (Baguio City and La Trinidad)
Uniwide
Bin Dawood
Debenhams
Harvey Nichols (Riyadh)
Saks Fifth Avenue
BHG - Formally known as Seiyu.
Daiso
Isetan
Metro
Mustafa
Robinson & Co.
John Little
Marks & Spencer - Franchise.
Robinsons
Takashimaya
Tangs
Daimaru - Branches now closed in Singapore.
Lane Crawford - Branches now closed in Singapore.
Sogo - Branches now closed in Singapore.
Tokyu - Branches now closed in Singapore.
Yaohan - Branches now closed in Singapore.
Yosoko - Bankrupt.
Aekyung, 2 branches in Seoul Metropolitan Area
Daegu, 2 branches in Daegu
Donga, 4 branches in Daegu, 1 branch in Gumi, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Galleria, 8 branches throughout South Korea
Kyungbang Phill, temporariliy closed, and will be run by Shinsegae
GS Square, 3 branches near Seoul
Grand Department Store, 2 branches in Gyeonggi-do
Himang, 1 branch in Incheon
Hyundai Department Store Group, 11 branches throughout the country
I Park Department Store, 1 branch in Youngsan, Seoul
NC Department Store, 2 branches
Samsung Plaza, an affiliate of Aekyung
Shinsegae, 7 branches throughout the country
Da Yeh Takashimaya
Xin Quan San Yue
@ease
Banglamphu
BigC (Samrong and Lat Phrao)
Central Retail Corporation - Group includes
Central
Marks & Spencer - Franchise stores.
Robinson
Zen (Central World Plaza and Ratchaprasong)
Diana (Hat Yai)
The Erawan Group - Group includes
Amarin Plaza (Ratchaprasong)
Erawan Bangkok (Ratchaprasong)
Ploenchit Center (Sukhumvit)
Fairy Plaza (Khon Kaen)
Fairyland (Nakhon Sawan)
Fashion Outlet
Gaysorn Plaza (Ratchaprasong)
Isetan (Central World Plaza and Ratchaprasong)
Jusco
Klang Plaza (Nakhon Ratchasima)
The Mall Group - Group includes
Emporium (Sukhumvit)
The Mall
The Paragon (Pathum Wan)
Ocean (Phuket)
Pantip Plaza (Pratu Nam)
Pata (Bangkok)
Peninsula Plaza (Ratchaprasong)
Seree (Lampang)
Siam Piwat - Group includes
Siam Center (Pathum Wan)
Siam Discovery (Pathum Wan)
Suksapanpanit (Bangkok)
Tang Hua Seng (Thonburi)
Tokyu (MBK Center, Pathum Wan)
Daimaru - Branches now closed in Thailand.
Galleries lafayette - Branches now closed in Thailand
Imperial
Merry King - Branches now closed in Thailand.
New World
Printemps - Branches now closed in Thailand.
Sogo - Branches now closed in Thailand.
Yaohan - Branches now closed in Thailand.
Kotva
Marks & Spencer
Debenhams
Marks & Spencer
Illum
Magasin du Nord
Salling
Anva
Daell's
Debenhams
Anttila
Sokos
Stockmann
Veljekset Keskinen
Pukeva
Bazar de l'Hôtel de Ville
Galeries Lafayette
La Samaritaine
Le Bon Marché
Le Printemps
Mitsukoshi
Takashimaya
Ahrens - A department store in Marburg.
Alsterhaus - A department store in Hamburg, belonging to the Karstadt group.
Breuninger - 10 luxury department stores with head office in Stuttgart.
C&A - Not a department store, sells only clothes.
Carsch Haus - A department store in Dusseldorf belonging to the Kaufhof group.
Galeries Lafayette Berlin - Berlin branch of the French department store.
Hema - Dutch group operating 6 department stores in Germany.
Hertie - Relaunched in Germany in 2007, 74 former (smaller) Karstadt stores are now Hertie again.
KaDeWe - Located in Berlin part of Karstadt.
Karstadt - The leading German department store group.
Kaufhof / Galeria Kaufhof - Daughter of the Metro group.
Mitsukoshi
Wertheim - Karstadt runs two department stores in Berlin under this traditional name.
Hertie - Merged with Karstadt. One top range store left in Munich, all other stores were re-named
Kaufhaus Schocken - Merged with Horten and later Kaufhof.
Kaufring
Marks & Spencer
Debenhams
Marks & Spencer
Skala
Arnotts
Brown Thomas
Clerys
Debenhams
Dunnes Stores
Harvey Nichols
House of Fraser
Marks and Spencer
Roches Stores - Acquired by Debenhams.
Coin
Mitsukoshi
la Rinascente
Europa
Gedimino 9
Monopol
Bijenkorf - Part of Maxeda.
Hema - Part of Maxeda.
Metz & Co
Vroom & Dreesmann - Part of Maxeda.
Maison de Bonneterie
Bracia Jablkowscy
Galeria Centrum
Marks & Spencer
Cortefiel
Loja das Meias
El Corte Inglés (Lisbon)
Marques Soares (Oporto)
C&A - Not a department store, sells only clothes.
Grandella (Lisbon)
Grandes Armazens do Chiado (Lisbon and branches)
Marks & Spencer
Debenhams
Marks & Spencer
Apraksin Dvor
Gostiny Dvor - Established 1785
Main Universal Store
Marks & Spencer
Muir & Mirrielees
The Passage - Established 1848
Petrovka Passage - Established 1906
State Universal Store - Established 1893
Stockmann
Robna kuca Beograd
Marks & Spencer
Cortefiel
El Corte Inglés
Galerías Primero
Galerías Aitana (Calpe)
Almacenes Arias - Closed 1997
Almacenes Simeón - Closed in 1987
Galerías Preciados - Closed 1995.
Marks & Spencer - Closed 1996
Sears - Taken over by Galerías Preciados in 1983
Sepu - Closed its remaining four branches in 2002
Åhléns (Stockholm)
Nordiska Kompaniet (Stockholm and Gothenburg)
PUB (Stockholm)
Debenhams - Closed 2007.
Globus (Zürich)
Jelmoli (Zürich)
Loeb (Bern and branches)
Marks & Spencer
Manor (Basel and branches)
Main article: List of department stores of the United Kingdom
David Jones
Myer
Harris Scarfe
Discount Department Stores:
Big W
Kmart
Target
Dimmeys
Forges of Footscray
Grace Bros
Georges
Daimaru
Figgins Diorama
Buckley & Nunn
Waltons
Fosseys
Ball & Welch (Melbourne)
Foy & Gibson (Melbourne)
Hick Atkinson (Melbourne)
The Mutual Store (Melbourne)
Treadways
Mantons
Charles Moore
Anthony Horden
Snows
Farmers
Venture
Arthur Barnett
Ballantynes
Farmers
H & J Smith
Kirkcaldies and Stains
Kmart
Smith and Caughey's
The Warehouse
D.I.C.
Deka
George Courts
John Courts
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