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Black Fleece opened its second U.S. standalone location—a 1,600 square foot location in San Francisco, across the street from Japanese restaurant Ten-Ichi and sharing a block with Eileen Fisher. The interiors of the store feature exposed brick, black floors, and high ceilings. “The neighborhood fits very well with what we are doing with Black Fleece,” Claudio del Vecchio told WWD. And the store is "“a San Francisco version of what we have on Bleecker Street."
· Black Fleece opens in San Francisco [WWD]