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Must Read: Tiffany & Co. to Remodel Fifth Avenue Flagship, Amazon Service Center to Open in Colombia

Plus, get a tour of Kylie Jenner's purse closet.
Tiffany & Co.'s flagship on Fifth Avenue. Photo: Rob Kim/Getty Images

Tiffany & Co.'s flagship on Fifth Avenue. Photo: Rob Kim/Getty Images

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Wednesday.

Tiffany & Co. to remodel Fifth Avenue flagship
Earlier this week, Tiffany & Co. announced plans to renovate its iconic Fifth Avenue flagship. The project is expected to be completed in 2021 and will "create a dramatic new experience for customers," the jewelry brand's CEO Alessandro Bogliolo said in a statement to WWD. During the renovation, Tiffany & Co. will temporarily expand its retail operations to 6 East 57 Street. {WWD

Amazon service center to open doors in Colombia
Amazon announced on Tuesday that it will open its first customer service center in Colombia in October. The center will employ 600 people and serve customers worldwide in Spanish, English and Portuguese. {Business of Fashion

A tour of Kylie Jenner's purse closet
When you have a Birkin bag for about every year you've lived on this earth, an over-the-door accessory rack won't suffice — you need an entirely custom-built closet. In a new video, below, 21-year-old Kylie Jenner shows off her purse collection, which is housed in a walk-in closet. The makeup mogul owns a staggering array of pricey bags, including a micro-mini hot pink Birkin that she says will be her daughter Stormi's first bag. {Kylie Jenner/YouTube

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WSJ Magazine reveals a big 10th anniversary issue, and even bigger digital ambitions
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The problem with Instagram "It" poses
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Condé Nast to merge U.S. and U.K. editions of Condé Nast Traveller
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