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Shop at a store that hasn’t been built yet

Knowing that your favourite brand is coming to the local shopping centre is exciting, but there’s nothing more infuriating than seeing a barricaded shop front emblazoned with a logo and an opening date a couple of months from now. US fashion brand Kate Spade may have found a solution.

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