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Here’s three new stores that are perfect for your holiday shopping needs.

Pictured: Burberry Rodeo Drive

COS - New York City, NY

The brand known for putting style before fashion will be opening its first store in NYC on December 5. The SoHo location, situated on Spring Street between Greene and Wooster, will boast four floors and almost 5,000 sq. feet of retail space for the label's mens and womenswear. Raw steel hanging rails and the use of neutral materials like wood and glass give the space a gallery-like backdrop. "Opening a store in New York City is an exciting step for the brand," said Marie Honday, COS' Managing Director. "We have been fortunate to have received such a warm welcome since launching our e-commerce site and the COS Los Angeles store earlier this year." 129 Spring Street, New

Burberry - Los Angeles, CA

The new Rodeo Drive flagship opened at the end of November and celebrates the brand in true L.A. fashion. Grouped with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills, the four-floor building also features the Burberry Penthouse, a private suite on the top floor that offers the ultimate personalized shopping experience and also hosts solar panels and access to a rooftop garden. "We are immensely proud to have designed this store as a unique concept specifically for L.A., a city that promotes creativity and innovation," Christopher Bailey, Burberry's chief creative and chief executive officer, said. 301 Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills.

The Webster Mens - Bal Harbour, FL

The Webster Miami, a well-known boutique, has expanded to the luxury retail shops in Bal Harbour with its first site dedicated to menswear that opened this fall. An interior composed of wood and bronze give the space an air of contemporary masculinity. Expect high-end brands like Saint Laurent, Dior Homme, Givenchy, and Balenciaga. "The Bal Harbour Shops is one of a kind, the most beautiful outdoor retail area in the world, with a very unique level of luxury, dedicated to service on par with our own standards," said Laure Heriard-Dubreuil, CEO and founding partner of The Webster. "It makes perfect sense to bring our strong fashion expertise there, our 'Fashion-Eye.' " Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Avenue.

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