Explore the city’s newest shops this month.
A look from Zadig&Voltaire’s SS22 campaign
Parisian fashion house and toujours cool Zadig&Voltaire is expanding its New York footprint. Find cutting-edge designs at the recently opened Madison Avenue spot, where clothing and accessories for men and women are on offer. Just around the corner, this fall will bring a new boutique full of fashion-forward prints and rocker tees at its other Madison Avenue boutique. 1133 Madison Ave.; 845 Madison Ave.
Inside the Officine Générale store in Soho
Parisian designer Pierre Mahéo has opened his first U.S. store in Soho and, apart from the London store, the only Officine Générale outside of Paris. Spanning 1,800 square feet, the store was designed by Mahéo, his wife, Nina Haverkamp, Paris-based architect Juliette Rubel, and New York-based LYNCH EISINGER DESIGN Architects. As an evolution of the original Paris store, the Soho shop is outfitted with vintage furniture, custom shelves and French Morse modernist paintings. The new space showcases the brand’s traditional men’s and women’s apparel along with its latest collection, Daily Classics. Featuring selects from jeans and shirts to hoodies and chinos, this collection is produced using sustainable fabrics, such as recycled and organic materials. 220 Lafayette St.
Shots from the brand’s spring 2022 collection.
Making its New York City debut, San Francisco-based Hudson Grace is bringing its colorful home decor to the West Village at its ninth U.S. location. “We are honored to open our first location in NYC,” says Monelle Totah, co-founder. “We are about gracious entertaining and gifting and believe the brand is a natural fit for NYC’s ‘urban modern’ style. We look forward to introducing our offerings to the West Village.” Shoppers can peruse the brand’s serveware, dinnerware, glassware, flatware, linens, candles featuring HG signature scents and curated tabletops—all of which blend a European look with a California feel. 405 Bleecker St.
RUBIN & CHAPELLE
After the 2013 closure of its first store in the Meatpacking District, Rubin & Chapelle returned to its New York roots with the opening of a Madison Avenue boutique in December. A curated collection featuring cut silk tops, dresses and jackets exhibits the brand’s commitment to elegance for all hours of the day. The second floor of the boutique will feature a bespoke tailoring program where a range of fabrics for customization and tailoring will be on offer. Not only will the shop feature signature items, Rubin & Chapelle will present notable art exhibits from some of its favorite artists. “We are thrilled to open on Madison Avenue, which is a classic centerpiece to New York designer retailers,” says co-founder Sonja Rubin, “being a stone’s throw away from the Marcel Breuer building, which has been a special place throughout our life in NYC, when housing the Whitney to now being occupied by the Frick Collection.” 964 Madison Ave.
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