a person or thing that squats.
a person who settles on land or occupies property withouttitle, right, or payment of rent.
a person who settles on land under government regulation, inorder to acquire title.
In our career of sample sales, we've seen pretty much everything. One thing that is very common at sales are people sitting on chairs at the front of the line--some bring folding chairs from home, some steal chairs from the streets of New York City and some camp out overnight in sleeping bags. What we learn from this is that when peoples' favorite designers host a sale (or in most cases hot ticket designers on eBay), these seemingly normal people turn into squatters. The Tory Burch sample sale has proven this. The past Tory sales, ladies brought folding chairs, beverages and books to entertain themselves while they waited on line for 3 hours.
So come early, join all the other squatters, bring your favorite folding chair and wait for the doors to open to all the Tory Burch you could dream of.
And for all you Tory Burch shoe freaks, you should know that you must get a ticket in order to get past the glass room of shoes. No ticket, no shoes. If you happen to be unlucky and not get a ticket, please find us because we will be scalping free shoe tickets. You will be able to find us with all the other squatters in our version of folding chairs.
261 West 36th Street, 2nd Floor
Tuesday, June 12, 11am-7pm
Wednesday, June 13, 11am-7pm
Thursday, June 14, 11am-7pm
Friday, June 15, 11am-7pm
Saturday, June 16, 11am-4pm