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Image of the Ginza, Toyko store via Retail Design Blog
Swarovski recently opened the doors to their Downtown Brooklyn store, the crystal company's first unit in the borough. The 2,500 square foot store was designed with the company's "Crystal Forest" concept, a look that debuted at their Ginza, Tokyo outpost in March 2008.
Inside the sparkly store, shoppers will find the brand's full range of fashion jewelry, accessories, watches, and home decor objects. Now that Swarovski has crossed BK off their list, all they have to do is open in the Bronx to complete the very rare five borough tour de retail.
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