Some of the hottest names in fashion have debuted new brick-and-mortars this season.
Inside Edie Parker’s whimsical boutique
Home decor and handbag store Edie Parker has a new home on Bond Street in Noho. The brand’s first location is decked out with vibrant furniture and wallcoverings complemented by handbags elegantly displayed along the walls. Throughout, a pop-art aesthetic makes the space a welcome escape filled with whimsical homeware selects and decor across the 1,400 square feet. Shoppers can also peruse Italian- and U.S.-made one-of-a-kind and store-exclusive pieces along with the label’s Flower by Edie Parker offerings. 21 Bond St.
Explore St. John’s latest offerings in the brand’s luxe new space.
Luxury knitwear brand St. John recently opened a chic new Manhattan boutique on Madison Avenue. The shop spans 2,512 square feet and presents a design concept inspired by the brand’s Southern California roots while bright white accents and exquisite furnishings complete the midcentury modern feel. Shop the famed women’s knitwear and eveningwear of the spring 2022 collection while sipping on a glass of Champagne. Then, venture to the circular back room complete with a sculptured mirror and alcoves for the most private shopping experience. 655 Madison Ave.
Suzie Kondi’s shop
Now open on the Lower East Side is the go-to for soft , versatile selects: Suzie Kondi. The brand’s lineup features more than 10 luxury fabrics including velour, silk, cashmere and cotton. At its second brick-and-mortar, shoppers can try on the popular tracksuit line and other brand favorites. The casual yet elegant vibe of the label is evident in the store as a midcentury modern design and custom brass railings adorn the space. At 700 square feet, the shop houses everything from in-store exclusives to new collaborations and the adorable kids selects. 15 Orchard St.
Nardos; Nardos Imam.
Nardos, a Black- and female-owned couture clothing brand, recently opened its New York flagship location on Madison Avenue. Walking in, shoppers will immediately feel the labels’s signature elegance surrounding them. The 5,600-square-foot, five-floor store contains the couture line, bridal lines, accessories and ready-to-wear. “I always dreamed of becoming a fashion designer, but to have a storefront on Madison Avenue is beyond what I ever imagined—a true act of God,” founder and designer Nardos Imam says. “Our expansion into the East Coast offers the Nardos brand the space to continue evolving as a world-renowned brand.” 807 Madison Ave.
Louis Vuitton’s Hudson Yards space.
Louis Vuitton debuted its first outpost in The Shops at Hudson Yards in February in a stunning structure on the first floor. Passers-by will have trouble not stopping in—the hypnotic and bright aluminum exterior is undeniable. Available in-store will be men’s and women’s accessories, leather goods, ready-to-wear, fragrances and more. With an innovative design, the boutique is a visual representation of Louis Vuitton’s rich history. Not only will shoppers get to experience the beauty of the brand’s offerings, the space also serves as almost an art gallery of its own with pieces by Paul Coudamy, Bruno Munari, Pierre Chapo, Jen Pack and other acclaimed artists. 20 Hudson Yards Plaza, 1st Floor
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