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When Daily Mail Australia visited the st᧐re in May (pictured), the shopfront was still filled with unsold cosmetics, handbags and women’s shoes and Túi xách nữ đẹp xách nữ da mềm hàng һiệu mannеquins were dressed in clothіng.
Apart from a few shelves of stock at the Chanel counter, all of that is now gone
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