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Although today’s trend turnover continues at a blistering pace, Spanish retailer Massimo Dutti promises a back-to-classics approach when it makes its U.S. debut on October 12 (689 Fifth Ave., at 54th St.; no phone yet). Set to open in the three-story, 13,000-square-foot space formerly occupied by its sister company, Zara, Dutti will focus on built-to-last staples that take cues from European tailoring and classic silhouettes. Prices for men’s and women’s clothing and accessories are on the higher side for fast fashion, but it’s worth itthe cognac Nappa-leather bomber jacket ($368), chunky cashmere-blend cable knit ($128), and croc-print shopper tote ($228) are sure to endure at least a few fashion cycles.


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