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Richard Chai and Simon Spurr to open temporary shops. Also: word has it Tom Ford will give a glimpse of his signature women’s designs on Sept. 12.

LANDING IN L.A.: Zero + Maria Cornejo’s third store — and first outside of New York — opened last week on Melrose Place in Los Angeles. “The timing felt right for a third store as we continue to grow and expand our business,” said Marysia Woroniecka, Maria Cornejo’s business partner. “We have had a great year to date with retail sales tracking at over 40 percent ahead of last year.”

Designed by Cornejo with Amale Andraos from New York’s Work Architecture, the 2,000-square-foot L.A. store has an ivy-covered charcoal facade, curved plywood dressing rooms and hanging Plexiglas panels that separate women’s and men’s. Clothing and shoes range from $250 to $2,000 at the store, while other accessories run from $400 to $900. The store will be the exclusive home to Zero + Maria Cornejo’s men’s wear collection in Los Angeles.

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