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Tory Burch Opens in Seoul: Three More Korean Stores by 2011

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Tory Burch, once the provenance of the young, wealthy, north-eastern American, and preppy, has opened its first flagship—its largest store thus far at 3,369 square feet—in Seoul, Korea. The designer's newest Asian location, which opened on June 10, follows on the heels of openings last year in Tokyo and Manila. Burch plans on opening three more stores in Korea by the end of 2010.
· Tory Burch Fetes Seoul Flagship [WWD]