Gucci, the Italian-based brand that stands for high-end fashion, is opening a downtown Detroit boutique.
A spokesperson for the company, owned by fashion conglomerate Kering Group, tells Crain's Detroit Business the shop will open this summer, but would not give the location.
A site plan review shows that it'll be in the Dan Gilbert-owned former L.B. King & Co. building at 1274 Library St., reports Kirk Pinho.
Gucci sells handbags, jewelry, accessories and even furniture.
The retail news follows Under Armour's recent decision to close its downtown store.