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The Webster Teams Up With Iconic French Store for White Collab

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The Webster has officially made it ok to wear white after Labor Day. The luxury SoBe landmark has paired up with Le Bon Marché, a famed Parisian department store that sells just about everything, to launch a limited-edition collection of all white items. They'll be tapping in several brands to create said items, however Laure Heriard Dubreuil, owner of the iconic boutique, is remaining mum on who those designers are.

The items should be available from mid-January to mid-February, reports Women's Wear Daily, and will be sold in the lobby and on the second floor of The Webster's South Beach location. And although Laure frequently teams up with several designers throughout the season— past collaborations have included Calvin Klein and Aurelie Bidermann— a project of this scale is a first for her.
· Le Bon Marché, The Webster Team for Line [WWD]
· Laure Heriard Dubreuil on Her Dream Closet, The Webster [Racked Miami]
· All Coverage of The Webster [Racked Miami]