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Moschino may have rented out its old Meatpacking District space to The Kooples, but that doesn't mean it's done with New York. WWD reports that, following today's debut of the Los Angeles store and a Milan outpost opening in May, the Jeremy Scott-helmed brand will open a Soho boutique shortly after.
An address and opening date hasn't been specified yet, but one thing that is for sure is that the store will hold a lot of pelts. When the paper asked Scott how the brand would sell fur pieces from the pre-fall collection, given West Hollywood's fur ban, the designer simply replied, "We will soon be opening our New York store." Be on the lookout for signage soon.