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Massimo Dutti's U.S. Website Is Now Shoppable

Today marks the grand opening of Massimo Dutti's Fifth Avenue flagship in New York City—but you don't have to live in or around Manhattan to get your hands on the brand's sharp suiting and luxe leather goods. The brand, which is owned by the same company as Lucky favorite Zara, has also just added U.S. shipping to its e-commerce site.

Already a hit internationally, with hundreds of outposts in over 50 countries, Massimo Dutti is just beginning its stateside takeover. First launched in 1985 as a menswear brand, the label's maintained an attention to tailoring and a decidedly masculine/feminine aesthetic ever since. Most prices hover around the $200 to $500 mark. Which, though costlier than Zara and its competitors, is still right on track with most contemporary retailers.

Click through to shop some of the pieces that caught our eye at last night's store opening. And if you do happen to drop by NYC, be sure to check out the brand's new three-story digs at 689 Fifth Avenue—which, incidentally, was previously occupied by a Zara. That's the retail circle of life for you, folks.

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