Lucky Brand’s rapid retail evolution is on display bicoastally with stores in New York and Los Angeles.
Aesthetically distinct, the two stores — a 1,350-square-foot outpost on Abbot Kinney Boulevard and a 2,500-square-foot unit in The Shops at Columbus Circle — showcase the versatility of the Fifth & Pacific Cos. Inc.-owned brand. The Los Angeles store underscores Lucky Brand’s California roots, while the New York one points to its future as an expansive lifestyle brand.
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