By  on April 18, 2005

Occasionally, Stanley Whitman thinks his son and grandson have gone mad.

The 86-year-old owner and developer of Bal Harbour Shops couldn’t figure out why his two relatives were recently set on bringing Vilebrequin, a Saint-Tropez-based bathing suit store for men, into Bal Harbour. Now, Vilebrequin, which operates only eight stores in North America, is one of the busiest shops in an open-air mall populated with the likes of Prada, Gucci, Christian Dior, Tod’s and Marc Jacobs.

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