IKEA event crowd problems


Virgil Abloh teased his Ikea collab at a pop-up store in Paris

Ikea x Virgil Abloh rugs, anyone?

Ikea and Virgil Abloh to Stage Pop-up Shop During Paris Fashion Week

The ephemeral space at the Cité de la Mode et du Design will offer limited edition Ikea rugs by the designer.

IKEA shoppers cause a STAMPEDE at pop-up store as they try to get their hands on brand new line of furniture designed especially for millennials

IKEA shoppers cause a STAMPEDE at pop-up store

This is the crazy moment a pop-up IKEA store was forced to close early after shoppers caused a stampede for a new designer range.

Off-White x Ikea: pop-up store pulls rugs out from under customers

Parisians do not exactly have a reputation as impulsive early risers who like to queue up to buy a rug. But that is exactly what happened on Saturday morning when hundreds of people crowded into a pop-up store on Quai d’Austerlitz to buy one of four models of rugs, designed by none other than Off-White’s Virgil Abloh for Swedish furniture giant Ikea.


IKEA’s first India store attracts 40,000 customers on day one, stampede-like situation at opening

The store’s opening saw a stampede-like situation. The retailer was teeming with customers in the evening, with the total number for the day likely to have crossed 30,000 when the store shut down at 11 pm.

Stampede like situation on Ikea's inauguration day as over 40,000 visitors bring Hyderabad to a halt

Swedish home furnishings giant Ikea witnessed huge response from customers yesterday as over 40,000 people visited Ikea’s first store in India in Hyderabad on the launch day. Thousands of customers rushed to Ikea showroom, resulting in bumper-to-bumper traffic and stampede like situation inside the store in the late evening.

Ikea Opened its First India Store in Hyderabad and There Was Almost a Stampede

Ikea, the Swedish retail giant opened its first Indian store in Hyderabad on Thursday and going by the photos and videos floating online, it is already a blockbuster hit.

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