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Louis Feraud Opens on Madison Avenue

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The late French designer Louis Feraud made outfits for Brigitte Bardot and wardrobed the elite of Cannes; the glamorous tradition continues under creative director Jean Pierre Marty. The company has recently traded up to a 1,900-square-foot location (717 Madison Ave., nr. 63rd St.; 212-980-1919). The spring collection, on sale now, caters to the woman who’d like to think she’ll spend her time yachting, going on safari, or dancing at galas. She can find nautical pin-striped linen shirtdresses ($875), leaf-print tunics ($725), and evening gowns ($1,195) perfect for the occasion.


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