- 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.