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The Halston brand has made its way back into the fashion vernacular in the last few years. After a bevy of famous faces and influential names entered and exited the brand, it seems like Halston is finally finding its footing with plans to open at least ten stores this year.
First on deck is a Halston Hertiage outpost on Madison Avenue at 83rd Street, slated for early March. At two-stories and 4,400 square feet, the flagship should be a major presence among the smaller salons and boutiques that occupy the strip. Following the UES opening will come three shopping center locations, two in Los Angeles and one in Troy, Michigan, and an international debut at The Avenues in Kuwait. Fifty to 100 stores are estimated within the next few years, including deals in Southeast Asian and India. Don't we feel lucky to be first in line.
· Halston Heritage to Expand Retail Presence [WWD]
· Now It's Official: There's No One Left at Halston [Racked]