Mulberry has opened a new flagship in SoHo designed by Studio Toogood. In addition to new seasonal products, customers will also be able to shop in-store from the Mulberry Pre-Loved Collection, a selection of vintage and pre-loved Mulberry bags. Customers can also bring in their own Mulberry bags, and the brand will re-purchase them for an amount that can be used towards the purchase of a new Mulberry product, while they will restore them for the next owner.
New York City institution Belgian Shoes sells hand-sewn, hand-turned loafers manufactured in Belgium. The brand’s signature men’s and women’s styles consist of an unstructured loafer that is constructed inside out, hand turned and finished. The shoes are available in four widths and available in a rainbow of colors and prints in leather, suede, jacquard, velvet and pony hair. The label’s devoted international following features multi-generational fans who can now visit the newly redesigned 55th Street flagship to find their favorite flats.
Los Angeles-based label Clare V. has opened a new, much-larger boutique in Nolita to accommodate its expanding categories and latest offerings. The space, which was designed in collaboration with interior designers Max Zinser and Kate McCollough, has a courtyard in the back and a dedicated monogramming station in the back of the store. Founded by Clare Vivier, the beloved accessories and apparel label brings together Vivier’s love for California cool and Parisian charm. “New York has always been so special to me, and Elizabeth Street has become a second home. I am so happy to see the store continue to be a neighborhood destination,” says Vivier.
Terez, the colorful apparel and lifestyle brand founded by Zara Terez Tisch, has opened its first permanent store on the Upper East Side. The 1,600-square-foot boutique showcases a selection of the brand’s products for women and girls including colorful and whimsical leggings, sports bras, tanks, t-shirts, loungewear and sweatsuits alongside a custom jewelry collection.