On Madison Avenue, luxe womenswear label Morgane Le Fay opened a boutique at 743 Madison Avenue. After an eight-month renovation, Carolina Herrera recently reopened its flagship at 954 Madison Avenue (pictured). Renowned Australian photographer Peter Lik will be opening his newest gallery at number 958. London-based clothing brand Orlebar Brown will be coming to 987 Madison. Fashion label Ramy Brook debuted a new flagship at 980 Madison Avenue. Tourneau, the seller of luxury watches, will temporarily be moving to 601 Madison Avenue, while it renovates its store located around the corner. Luxury watch retailer and Instagram phenomenon, Wrist Aficionado is transitioning into brick and mortar at 19 East 62nd Street.
On Fifth Avenue, German sportswear brand Puma has opened its very first North American flagship at 609 Fifth Avenue. Sneaker marketplace Goat has teamed up with Bergdorf Goodman to launch a curated shopping experience at the Men’s Store, 745 Fifth Avenue, where rare sneakers will go up for sale.
On the Upper East Side, Nordstrom is continuing to expand its presence in New York City this fall and will open a Nordstrom Local neighbourhood service hub at 1273 Third Avenue; it will offer services like online order pick-up, alterations and tailoring, styling and more.
On the Upper West Side, clothing retailer Madewell, specialising in denim, will be opening a shop at 211 Columbus Avenue.
In the West Village, Nordstrom Local will also open another location at 13 Seventh Avenue.
In SoHo, menswear brand O.N.S. aims to provide versatile, stylish men’s clothing and useful lifestyle accessories at its pop-up at 4 Prince Street. Shopbop is turning twenty and is celebrating by popping up at 106 Spring Street. Off-White has opened a pop-up dedicated to its women’s leather goods at 122 Prince Street. French label Sandro has opened its first store in New York at 117 Prince Street. Japanese lifestyle brand MUJI has opened a temporary pop-up store at 545 Broadway that will explore the foundation and philosophy of the brand for an interactive experience. The Museum of Ice Cream is making a return to New York City, but this time it will not be a limited engagement; the Instagram-friendly “museum” dedicated to ice cream, complete with a café and shop, will open a flagship in the late fall at 558 Broadway.
Arthur Maglio, Douglas Elliman Real Estate
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