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Last Friday, Guess reopened its Soho flagship, which had been closed for five months while the company renovated the space. The place is now 2,600 square feet bigger, with more fitting rooms, more space for customers to try on shoes, and a bigger focus on denim. And they've added some typically Guess-ian unsubtle details: "The original brick has been given a gold wash, and a new black tin ceiling was added. The accessories and footwear area features gold brick walls, mirrored columns and black chandeliers." [WWD, subscription req'd]