Tadashi Shoji and Kay Unger are opening stores in Asia to broaden their global reach.
Tadashi, a $60 million ready-to-wear label, will open a 1,300-square-foot store in Beijing next month. The designer recruited Beijing-based Robarts Interiors & Architecture to create the two-floor minimalist boutique. The Tadashi collection and the higher-priced Tadashi Shoji line will be sold there, as well as accessories and furnishings. There also will be a private atelier for custom bridal and made-to-measure fittings.
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