Lladro to Move to New Beverly Hills Address

LladroBEVERLY HILLS, Calif.-Lladro USA will relocate its flagship boutique here this summer, to Two Rodeo Drive on Via Rodeo.

"We have had a strong presence in Beverly Hills on Rodeo Drive for over 20 years. We are committed to our loyal customers here and look forward to presenting a fresh new brand experience in our new location. Our team there, lead by Boutique Director Brendan Mengali, will continue to provide existing and new customers with a unique retail experience," said CEO Brent McDaneld.

The company said the new space, surrounded by leading fashion, jewelry and home decor brands, suits Lladro's innovative collections as well as the new classics of the brand.

The Spanish company recently relocated its New York boutique to Madison Avenue, and in December a new store will open in the Design District in Miami.

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