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The Bloomingdale's Shoe Department Has Doubled in Size

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Spring is the perfect time to release the news that the shoe department at Bloomingdale's on Michigan Avenue has become even better. Now, Women's Shoes has been moved to 3 and doubled in size, from 7,000 square feet to 14,000 square feet. And to help fill the new space on the sales floor, the store has picked up a few new brands including Christian Dior, Giuseppe Zanotti, Chloe, Sigerson Morrison, Superga, and Nike.

To celebrate the new and expanded space and its offerings, the store is hosting a series of trunk shows and events throughout the spring. This move and transformation is the beginning of an ongoing set of renovations taking place throughout the store this year with an expected completion in Fall 2013.
· Bloomingdale's [Official Site]