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Too many shoppers

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What recession? According to today's WWD, Louis Vuitton has been shutting their Paris stores one hour earlier every day due to: "too much business. Word has it Louis Vuitton is shutting its Paris boutiques one hour earlier—with the exception of shop-in-shops in department stores—through November to avoid the risk of depleted stocks." What a life. [WWD]