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Karen Millen is looking to draw an uptown crowd with its second New York City store opening in June on Fifth Avenue and 48th Street. WWD reports that the launch will be feted with the debut of a short film, directed by Mary Nighy and starring Dylan Penn and Langley Fox Hemingway, that shows the growth of the label.
The British womenswear and accessories line has a store on Prince Street, next to the upcoming David Yurman outpost and the outgoing Kidrobot shop. The Fifth Avenue spot will be next to the biggest-ever H&M and just down the street from the "upper end" Topshop.
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