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Uniqlo Pops Up; Franklin Flea Headed for the 'Burbs

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KING OF PRUSSIAUniqlo has unveiled a temporary pop-up shop within The Plaza at the King of Prussia Mall. Roughly two weeks after the pop-up shutters on April 27, the Japanese fast fashion retailer will debut its permanent, full-sized store within the mall—Pennsylvania's first.

KING OF PRUSSIA — Speaking of KOP, a 250,000-square-foot addition (for which ground breaks later this spring) will earn the mall the title of largest mall in the United States—albeit temporarily.

PLYMOUTH MEETINGFranklin Flea is headed for the 'burbs. Helmed by Mark Vevle, the market manager of the now-belly up Brooklyn Flea Philly, the flea market will take over the Plymouth Meeting Mall for a two weekend-long run at the end of March.

CHESTNUT HILLStyle Camp is trading it all in for a "top of the hill" storefront at 8433 Germantown Avenue. The boutique, which carries women's apparel, jewelry, and accessories from American and imported labels, has yet to announce the grand re-opening date.

RITTENHOUSE ROW — Fear not the crop top. SS14's leading trend is made a little less intimidating at Aoki, where boutique owner Alina Alter shows us how to style the midriff-baring staple like a classy lady.

· Racked Philly [philly.racked]

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