LOS ANGELES — The apple — or, in this case, the candy apple — doesn’t fall far from the tree.
Dylan Lauren officially opened her first Dylan’s Candy Bar store in California at the Farmer’s Market in Los Angeles this month, but she has a vision to take her Willy Wonka-inspired company to new heights, like those perhaps reached by flying glass elevators. Lauren predicted Dylan’s Candy Bar could swell to 30 stores worldwide, although that number is more than five years away, and is extending beyond its own stores with wholesale partnerships, licensing deals and brand collaborations.
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