(Danica Lo / StyleBistro) Inside Warby Parker's first-ever New York City flagship store—no more pop-ups, you guys! This is for realz.Grand opening alert! This morning, Caitlin P. and I popped by Warby Parker's first-ever New York City flagship store—the glasses-for-good company's brand new permanent retail home at 121 Greene Street in New York's SoHo. The enormous, loft-like space—which is so vastly different from any other eyewear store we've ever been to—features soaring industrial ceilings...Read Full Story
(Photo by Getty)From the second you waltz through the elaborate glass doors and enter the chevron-patterned foyer of DreamDry, it's at once apparent, Rachel Zoe's been there. "We all joke that the inside of the salon looks exactly like Rachel's place," one hairstylist told us.This week, we popped by the celebrity stylist's just-opened blowdry and styling salon, located in NYC's Flatiron District, to check out the products, test out the services, and see what happens when RZ's signature flair...Read Full Story
(Photos courtesy Chloe) Chloe's new SoHo boutique is located at 93 Greene StreetLuxury French fashion house Chloe has recently opened in New York's iconic SoHo shopping district—at 93 Greene Street, a spot which formerly housed a La Perla shop. The Chloe boutique is the brand's second in New York and the seventh Stateside."Today's women choose Chloe for the attitude of the collections and the atmosphere in the boutiques; both are natural, totally effortless, but extremely sophisticated," said...Read Full Story
(Photo courtesy of BaubleBar)
No longer will your favorite internet baubles be available only on the, uh, internet—BaubleBar is opening a brick-and-mortar store! Dubbed "The Bar," the online accessory brand's new shop is actually an extension of BaubleBar's headquarters in New York—no other locations are scheduled to open, just yet anyway.The Bar, which is located on 230 Fifth Avenue, officially opens its doors to bauble-lovers on October 17th (that's today!). Anyone can just drop by...Read Full Story
(All photos courtesy Prada)Prada opened its newest Miami location in the city's historical Design District on December 6th. The space, designed by architect Roberto Baciocchi, spans 360 square meters and stocks the women's RTW collection, along with leather goods, accessories, and shoes.Not in Miami? Check out this sneaky peek inside:Read Full Story
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