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Neiman Marcus Discount Store

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Neiman Marcus is taking its Last Call outlet store concept mainstream—this month, an 11,000 square foot Neiman Marcus Last Call opened in Dallas, outside an outlet center. Though it shares a moniker with the company's signature outlet store, this will change in the near future, as Neiman's expands the discount retailing concept beyond Texas. The new stores will feature labels including Michael Kors, Badgley Mischka, and Diane von Furstenberg, all priced between $45 and $300. There are also plans for an accompanying discount website. [Mediapost]