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The Hogan store at 134 Spring Street is closing in June, according to WWD, which reports that the younger offshoot of Tod's plans to find a new space uptown. Fashionista explains the subtext: "What it doesn’t say is that the line was supposed to be downtown’s answer to Tod’s, that making Leigh Lezark and Elettra Wiedemann the face of the brand was a very calculated move to attract a customer whose eye is more focused on the Phillip Lims of the world and that it’s not quite working so they’re heading uptown where people actually wear Tod’s loafers and actually look like Gwyneth Paltrow." [WWD, Fashionista]