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The Great Kenzo Mystery, Solved

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A few weeks ago, we were slightly confused by signs of an impending Kenzo boutique on Robertson Blvd— window decals signaled that the brand would be opening up a shop, even though its apparel boutique on Sunset shuttered seven years ago. But now that the paper's come off the windows, it appears that a home furnishings store is filling the space, stuffed with furry ottomans, bedding, furniture, and and assorted decorative objects. We're not sure if it's actually open yet, since we walked by outside of business hours, but it's certainly in good company—Fendi's home store is next door, while Armani Casa is just up the road.
· Storecasting: Further Evidence of a Kenzo Comeback [Racked]
· Storecasting: Is Kenzo Returning to LA? [Racked]
· Kenzo [Official Site]