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When a store touts an opening that includes a season in it, it's usually a safe bet that it'll open toward the end of that season (or, more likely, the following season). But Salvatore Ferragamo is bucking expectations by opening its Brookfield Place store right on time.
The brand confirmed to Racked that their 4,200-square-foot shop in the Winter Garden—housing ready-to-wear, shoes, accessories, and more for both men and women in a space that marries leather, marble, and stainless steel finishes—will open its doors tomorrow morning.
As we noted in our initial visit to Brookfield Place, Ferragamo's location against the Theory store helps to connect the spacious Winter Garden that'll eventually house more high-end brands like Bottega Veneta and Hermes with stores like J. Crew and Bonobos in the area that looks more like your typical mall. Be on the lookout for brands like Burberry and Gucci to open here next.