Michael Kors found himself locked out of his own store on Wednesday evening — or at least he thought he was.
When Kors arrived to check on his new flagship at Rockefeller Center, his largest in the U.S., the night before the opening, he tried to enter through the front doors at 610 Fifth Avenue, only to find them still closed. Within seconds, the newly married designer was swarmed by passersby from all corners of the world, asking to take his photo, complimenting him on his shoes and watch, and on recent articles published on him.
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