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August 28, 1986 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, Times Staff Writer
Rodeo Drive razzmatazz continues to flow south to South Coast Plaza. Lina Lee, a designer women's clothing store with two Rodeo Drive locations and a third shop in Manhattan's Trump Tower, is scheduled to open its largest store of all, a $1-million-plus boutique at the Costa Mesa mall in mid-November. The store is one of a growing number of Rodeo Drive tenants that developer Henry Segerstrom has lured to his extremely successful--and rapidly growing--mall.
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August 28, 1986 | BRUCE HOROVITZ, Times Staff Writer
Rodeo Drive razzmatazz continues to flow south to South Coast Plaza. Lina Lee, a designer women's clothing store with two Rodeo Drive locations and a third shop in Manhattan's Trump Tower, is scheduled to open its largest store of all, a $1-million-plus boutique at the Costa Mesa mall in mid-November. The store is one of a growing number of Rodeo Drive tenants that developer Henry Segerstrom has lured to his extremely successful--and rapidly growing--mall.
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