June's biggest fashion store openings around the world

From Forever21's massive new Times Square store to this summer's most luxurious pop-ups: here are the latest additions to your international shopping destinations.

New York

Fast-fashion retailer Forever21 has opened the doors to its largest store to date this month, boasting four floors and 150 changing rooms. It is expected to attract seven times as many visitors per month as the Statue of Liberty.

Former Virgin Megastore at Times Square
http://www.forever21.com

Paris

Balenciaga launched its first men's boutique in the French fashion capital during men's fashion week.

5, rue de Varenne
http://www.balenciaga.com

Also in Paris, ethical hipster brand Edun has set up temporary shop at concept store Merci.

111 Boulevard Beaumarchais
http://www.merci-merci.com

Saint Tropez

Louis Vuitton has opened a pop-up store in the center of the glamorous seaside town in the South of France.

Rue François Sibilli
http://www.louisvuitton.com

Meanwhile, Chanel has equally launched a temporary boutique here, just a few doors away from its competitor.

Prague

Donna Karan's first stand-alone accessories boutique in Prague can now be found in the Czech capital's city center.

Zelezna 16
http://www.donnakaran.com

Copenhagen

Swedish fashion brand Odd Molly has moved into Denmark, and we hear there are hand-crocheted steel fences, a patchwork floor made of leather, fruit stands, and chandeliers.

Svaertegade 12
http://www.oddmolly.com

Tokyo

Gucci launched the last of its Icon pop-up shops this month, featuring sneakers from both Gucci and Gucci Ronson - designed by music producer Mark Ronson - that are only available at this spot.

3-26-11 Shinjuku Takano Hill
http://www.gucci.com/us/us-english/gucci-news/gucci-icon-temporary

Dubai

Elie Saab has opened its first boutique in the UAE at the Dubai Mall. On sale: the full ready-to-wear collection as well as shoes and accessories.

The Dubaï Mall - Fashion Avenue, Niveau 1
http://www.eliesaab.com

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