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Come this holiday season, Christmas trees won't be the only lights switched on in the West Village—Michael Kors is set to open shop at the corner of Bleecker and Perry, in the same neighborhood he calls home. Filling the space that Olive & Bette's will leave behind as they move into a twice-the-size Upper East Side outpost, Kors' camp plans to emphasize the building's "original Twenties features". Now, if only the three lines he'll be showcasing in the new location had prohibition-era prices to match...—Carlye Wisel
· On Kors For Bleecker [WWD]
· In And Out [WWD]