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Kitson Charts Growth Spurt

Kitson, the fad-driven boutique on Robertson Boulevard here, is branching out for fall.

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Louis Vuitton plans to christen its largest store yet â¿¿ in Tokyo's burgeoning Ginza district.

Johnny Brings Cupcakes to Los Angeles

A new kind of cake is coming to Los Angeles next month: the T-shirt line Johnny Cupcakes.

Aeropostale's Puerto Rico Push

Aeropostale Inc. is arriving in Puerto Rico with a three-store rollout and plans for more.

Sigerson Morrison Hits Malibu

Kari Sigerson and Miranda Morrison are bringing the understated urban chic of their footwear to the mellow confines of Malibu, Calif.

Southwest Business Picks Up Steam

Spring business started late in Texas as unseasonably cool weather impacted shopping in March.

Southeast Customers Crave Own Style

Southeast designer retailers report spring business as flat with last year, and say it is being driven by affluent consumers less affected by economic factors.

Few Spring Blossoms: Stores Face Tough Times With Designer Business

These are tough times to be in designer retailing.

Joe's Jeans Takes First Retail Steps

Joe's Jeans is joining a growing list of denim brands pushing into the retail side of the business.

Cartier Bolsters Retail Network

Cartier's new vice president of retail, Anthony Ledru, is focusing on service and the rollout of the new Bruno Moinard-designed store concept.

De Beers Opens Shop

De Beers has opened a store at NorthPark Center here, seeking to repeat the performance of the Houston unit that launched in September at the Galleria.

Something New: Pronovias' U.S. Flagship

Pronovias hopes to have a long and happy love affair with Manhattan.

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