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“People are baking homemade bread, doing jigsaw puzzles, and listening to classic music from decades past to try to find comfort in those experiences.”. Given that we’re far from out of the woods with the pandemic, we can expect the current wave of nostalgia marketing to continue.
When the pandemic began, KitchenAid noticed an easy-to-spot trend: More people were cooking and baking at home. Some were doing it for the first time, others were pros. And many were looking for new tools and techniques to make home cooking easy and fun.
We went from a five-step morning routine, to contouring our full face, to baking [it all in]. The beauty regimen has just gotten out of hand. You recently announced the launch of pop-up shops with Bloomingdale’s and Verishop. What will the pop-ups look like? The Bloomingdale’s pop-up is an in-person experience within the New York flagship store.