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Stores Shuffle, Open at Tysons Corner Center

So far this year, Tysons Corner Center seems to have new changes every week — from stores and restaurants closing to announcements of newcomers.

Beeboy, a plush toy company that had just arrived in the mall, now appears to be closed for good. The store occupied the former spot of candy store Sugarfina on the first level by Macy’s. The store was open in January, but last week, the windows were covered and the sign was taken down.

Meanwhile, All Star Sports has moved from the second level near Barnes and Noble to the first level across from BrandBox.

BrandBox has a new “marketplace” that sells men’s and women’s clothing brands that are found online. According to a sign outside the store, the brands include Rhone, Jared Lang, Stutterheim, Welden and Faherty.

The Creative Collective POPUP that was adjacent to BrandBox during the holidays is now back in the mall.

The pop-up store is currently featuring Haus of Jung, which makes leather handbags, along with four other artisans and small businesses, according to an Instagram post. Haus of Jung plans to be in the space for two weeks, the post said.

Hat tip to Chuck and Polly D.

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