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The Ferré flagship on the Upper East Side just closed its doors after eight years on Madison Avenue. The brand's CEO said, "We felt that our current location didn’t reflect the standards of the new direction and its architectural structure was not adaptable to Vudafieri’s new concept"—Vudafieri being the guy who's designing a new Ferré flagship in Milan. [WWD, subscription req'd]