- March 27, 2006
- Rogan Opens in Tribeca
Just when the market seemed to be fully saturated with specialty denim stores, Rogan hits Tribeca.
- March 13, 2006
- Shecky's Shop Opens on Broome Street
At Shecky’s Shop (489 Broome St., nr. Wooster St.; 212-343-0100), the first store by the nightlife-guide publishers, 40 beauty, clothing, and accessory boutiques will showcase everything from ruffled David Rodriguez shirts to leather-cuff-bracelet watches from Jacqui Chazen.
- March 6, 2006
- G Spa & Lounge Opens Inside the Hotel Gansevoort
G Spa & Lounge, inside the Hotel Gansevoort, is a spa by day and a bar by night.
- February 20, 2006
- Bally Flagship Reopens on Madison Avenue
To celebrate its 155th anniversary, Bally has transformed the stale white interior of its flagship (628 Madison Ave., at 59th St.; 212-751-9082) into a rich, warm space filled with bouclé couches, leather tables, and brown velvet rugs.
- February 6, 2006
- Todd Oldham by La-Z-Boy Opens in Soho
Now the first Todd Oldham by La-Z-Boy store brings his polka-dot ottomans and fuchsia chairs to Soho.
- July 17, 2006
- Lather Opens in Midtown
West Coast fashion brands like James Perse, Poleci, and Margaret O’Leary have successfully migrated east in recent years. Now it’s beauty’s turn, as the L.A.-based spa Lather arrives in midtown.
- October 22, 2007
- Annie & Company Opens on Madison Avenue
Annie Goodman’s taken over a ground-level store below her space, and Annie & Company is now 3,000 square feet of handwork bliss.
- October 15, 2007
- Wendy Mink Opens in the Lower East Side
After fifteen years in a tiny West Village outpost that was principally a workshop, jeweler Wendy Mink has moved to a 500-square-foot Lower East Side boutique.
- October 8, 2007
- Gutter Opens in Brooklyn
On the industrial border between Greenpoint and Williamsburg, a few minutes’ walk from the L train’s Bedford stop, is Gutter, a new bar with eight bowling lanes.
- October 1, 2007
- Gant Reopens on Fifth Avenue
It’s hard to imagine that it took Gant a mere four months to take its Fifth Avenue flagship from an unremarkable sportswear emporium to something so artful.