Chiara Ferragni Collection inked a deal with Riqing Group to fast track growth in China and they plan to open 35 stores there in the next few years.
The fashion designer owned it for eight years, before selling for $7.9 million in 2012.
The new Paris flagship features a similar style as the brand’s refurbished Rue Saint-Honoré store.
The men’s site will merge merchandise, content and curation from influencers.
The socialite and her billionaire husband had originally sought $7.25 million for the Flatiron spread.
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