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The Storefront: Openings & Closings Archive

April 30, 2007
Charlotte Moss Opens on Madison Avenue

At the new Charlotte Moss townhouse, what you see is what you buy: stools, doorknobs, even the heels on the bedroom floor.

April 23, 2007
Tom Ford Opens on Madison Avenue

The arrival of Tom Ford’s posh, dual-level Madison Avenue boutique anchors a condensed fourteen-block district for extremely expensive, neotraditional menswear.

April 16, 2007
HH Design: Shop Opens in Brooklyn

The Brooklyn-based design duo Hayden-Harnett launch an accessories collection, a new line of retro-looking womenswear and jewelry from Dejarette, under one roof at a new store—HH Design: Shop.

April 2, 2007
Jane Eadie Opens on Elizabeth Street

In New York, a store packed with exotic-travel ephemera is far from exotic. The freshest arrival is Jane Eadie, a tiny boutique stuffed with ­statement-making jewelry from Argentina, Brazil, and Italy.

March 26, 2007
Allegra Hicks Opens on the Upper East Side

Designer Allegra Hicks is landing her breezy collection on the Upper East Side, in the heart of her well-heeled fan base.

February 26, 2007
Roger Vivier on Madison Avenue

Saks Fifth Avenue has been carrying a small selection of Roger Vivier, but now there’s a new boutique designed by cult French jeweler Herve van der Straeten.

February 19, 2007
Delluva Vinotherapy Day Spa Opens on Franklin Street

The cosmetics trend of using grapes in anti-aging beauty products—what insiders call vinotherapy—keeps growing. The latest manifestation is the Delluva Vinotherapy Day Spa.

February 12, 2007
Curve Opens on Mercer Street

Wardrobe classics with a twist best describes the clothing at Curve.

February 5, 2007
Frédéric Fekkai Opens in Soho

Its 9,000-square-foot hair factory inside Henri Bendel is going full tilt, but downtown Frédéric Fekkai has a different vibe, with a more relaxed and intimate salon in Soho.

January 22, 2007
Caravan on the Upper East Side

Calling a secret phone number to make an appointment at the new uptown Caravan boutique may seem pretentious, but the store claims it’s necessary to give shoppers a pleasant and personal retail experience.

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