By  on July 19, 2018

Copious Row, which began as a pop-up shop in Sag Harbor, N.Y. and graduated in 2016 to a 1,600-square-foot permanent space in Greenwich, Conn., in September will unveil Copious Row 2.0, a 2,400-square-foot unit at The Street at Chestnut Hill with a longer list of designer ready-to-wear, jewelry, an inaugural shoe salon and handbags to “provide the full breadth of categories,” founder David Chines said.

Drawn to Boston by what he called “a dearth of high-end fashion retailers,” Chines is hoping to fill the gaping hole left by Louis Boston, the venerable and directional store that in 2015 succumbed to the harsh retail environment. “One thing we repeatedly heard is that once Louis Boston closed, there was a huge void in the market. I hope we can capture that audience.

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