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More Kenneth Cole Shop Closures

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Seems like we're not the only ones who are bored by Kenneth Cole and the brand's over-licensed, always black whateverwear. After closing eight stores in 2010, the brand announced they'll be closing another nine this year—including the Rockefeller Center flagship in Midtown Manhattan. Some of the hottest retail space in the world, Crain's reports the space could lease for over $2000 per square foot. [Crain's, image]