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Kira Plastinina Take Two

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Remember Kira Plastinina, that bubble-gum pink-and-metallic-leopard-themed line of clothing designed by a Russian prodigy? Remember how it unceremoniously closed 12 of its stores last year? Well, she's baaaaack—but this time, her line's called Lublu and it'll be sold wholesale to existing multi-label shops. The only Kira Plastinina store that didn't close last year—in Los Angeles on Roberston—has transitioned into a Lublu flagship. "Lublu’s audience is older," Plastinina told WWD. "It’s more expensive and much harder to find. It’s sold in Tsum in Moscow and Harrods in London. We have a showroom in Milan that is selling it to multibrand stores." [WWD]