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After honing his all-American style with the likes of Ellen Tracy and Anne Klein, Charles Nolan ventured out on his own to open his first signature shop in December 2004. The store’s 2,500-square-foot polished interior stocks plenty of Nolan’s crisp white shirts and tailored cocktail dresses neatly arranged around the silver-gilded poplar bookshelves, vintage furniture, and cushy sofas. Along with his clothing, the store also sells a small number of women’s shoes and jewelry from shimmery gemstone rings to vintage bangles hailing from an old Buenos Aires factory. In truth, shoppers will be hard pressed to find items that they can’t buy—all the furniture, armoires, and assorted decorative accessories are for sale, including Nolan’s own signed artwork in limited editions of 25.
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