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Along with the Louis Vuitton exclusives that went on the shelves last week, Dover Street Market unveiled a bunch of new merchandise for spring over the weekend. First up is—what else—more Louis. Their women's for spring/summer 2014 just launched on the ground floor.
Also on the first floor is a new jewelry collection from Delfina Delettrez. Further up, you'll find that the Thom Browne space on the sixth floor has been converted to showcase his women's collection, but it's only up for the duration of this week.
Along with a bunch of other new product from basically every designer they carry—Christopher Kane, Moscot, Saint Laurent, Erdem, obviously all sorts of Comme des Garçons collections, and on and on and on and on—there's also a "special installation" by designer Greg Lauren. Guess DSM does know how to keep it fresh.
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