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If you're not already stoked about LAX Tom Bradley International Terminal's $1.5 billion renovation, which will feature tons of retail therapy and top-notch eateries, perhaps this nugget of news will tickle your fancy. The Hollywood Reporter reveals that the airport's new 2,200-square-foot Fred Segal boutique will be "the largest retail space there outside of duty-free."
In addition to women's and men's apparel, swimwear, jewelry, beauty products and gift-worthy bric-a-brac, THR notes that LAX's Fred Segal will also host a "signature denim bar," making it an official one-stop-shop for stylish jet-setters. Spring 2013 can't come soon enough.
· Westfield at LAX [Official Site]
· Kitson to Hermes: Major Retail Therapy Coming Soon to LAX [Racked]
· Fred Segal To Open at LAX's International Terminal in 2013 [THR]