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Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy created five sketches inspired by Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s collection.

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RODEO DRIVE VISION: Badgley Mischka is beginning to nail down the details of its new two-level, 2,700-square-foot flagship on Rodeo Drive and Little Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Hills. The look will reflect Badgley Mischka’s retail aesthetic of combining modern and historic elements. Chandeliers, for instance, will be juxtaposed against reclaimed wood floors. The second floor will house the bridal collection, and the first floor will contain an array of merchandise, including the Mark & James contemporary collection, couture, handbags, eyewear, footwear, jewelry, watches, swimwear and fragrance. The store is expected to open this year after Badgley Mischka’s Shanghai unit opens at Hong Kong Plaza in August. It will take over a space formerly occupied by the boutique Boulmiche, which was famous for being the site where snooty staff snubbed Julia Roberts’ character in the movie “Pretty Woman.” Boulmiche moved to North Beverly Drive.

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