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Bebe Has Moved Into a 90-Year-Old Building on Lincoln Road

The new corner store is officially open, and feels like the ultimate Art Deco boutique.

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A few months ago we announced that Bebe was moving into a new corner space on Lincoln Road, after its 14-year tenure between Michigan and Lenox. Well the fateful date has come and the swanky new boutique officially opens tonight with a grand celebration!

Located on the corner of Lincoln Road and Jefferson, the actual space has been in Bebe's landlord's possession since 1925, when it was originally S. Ernest Phillpitty & Son, a store that sold musical instruments. Most locals today, however, know the space to have housed Pasha's, the Mediterranean restaurant that long lived on Lincoln Road.

The exterior looks as it did back in 1925, however inside it feels like a lush, Art Deco-inspired boutique. The ceilings are high, and there's a special section for accessories and shoes with glamorous shell-shaped blush-colored seating that was custom-made in Italy which you'll also find in the lush fitting rooms. They've also collaborated with local Wynwood horticulture shop, Plant the Future, to create the flora for the boutique, and while this new store is slightly smaller than the original Bebe on Lincoln Road at about 4,500 square feet, it definitely packs in a whole lot more Magic City glamour.

So on to the celebration? They'll be unveiling a live art installation by Miami's TM sisters from 7 to 10pm, which is an ode to the ultimate Bebe girl- always the life of the party, and always inspiringly confident. Bebe will also be unveiling its Spring 2015 collection with a live presentation, and DJ YSL will be providing the soundtrack. They're thinking of continuing the art installation once a week for the next month, so definitely keep your eye out for that.