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Miu Miu is coming to the Bay Area, but the company is bypassing San Francisco's Union Square and opening its first store sometime this spring at the Westfield Valley Fair shopping center in Santa Clara. It's the latest in a series of luxury brands setting up shop at the Silicon Valley mall—in the midst of an ongoing overhaul of its luxury wing—including the upcoming David Yurman store as well as the recently installed Louis Vuitton, Tiffany and Cartier. That should keep the Googlers and Yahoos outfitted nicely.
· Prada's Miu Miu chooses Westfield for first Bay Area store [SV Biz Journal]
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