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Lanvin officially closed at Bal Harbour Shops in September and has temporarily opened up in the Design District at 150 Northeast 40th St. According to the Miami Herald, the boutique is "filled with designer Alber Elbaz's collection of women's and men's ready-to-wear fashions and accessories."
But again, this move is only temporary. In March 2015, Lanvin will be moving into a larger shop in the Design District located right next to Tom Ford and across from Tiffany & Co. and Givenchy. A Lanvin spokesperson declined to state to the Herald why the move took place, however they may just be following in the footsteps of other luxury brands and moving on in.
· Lanvin closes at Bal Harbour Shops, opens in Miami Design District [Miami Herald]
· All Design District Coverage [Racked Miami]