Shein continues its rise with American shoppers, who don’t mind the controversies.
PLANO, Texas — There was some desperation in the air at the indoor mall where Shein had opened a pop-up store.
A security guard posted at the entrance said that on each of the three days the pop-up was in business, he’d turned down about 20 bribes from people looking to skip the line. Often they offered $20, he said, though some went as high as $100.
On Sunday, the last day, the first shoppers arrived at about 6 a.m. Shein was scheduled to open at noon. The line swelled throughout the morning, folding in on itself before unfurling through
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