by Natasha Wolff | April 3, 2013 12:00 am
Sandro’s newest store located at 150 Spring Street
New Yorkers just can’t get enough of French style – or perhaps it’s the other way around? Either way, the love affair between New York City retail and Parisian-based stores is continuing to blossom. (And what else could be more appropriate for spring shopping?)
While it seems like an eternity since high-street stores Sandro and Maje joined Chloé, Chanel, Isabel Marant and Zadig & Voltaire on the cobblestone streets of lower Manhattan, in less than two years the sister shops have collectively launched six locations in Manhattan. The most recent of the bunch – a Sandro boutique, pictured above – opened in March.
Now, Iro (pictured at right), a label known for designing Kate Moss’ favorite t-shirts and other très chic separates, has opened it’s doors on Broome Street, and Claudie Pierlot will be sold at Bloomingdale’s on the Upper East side (plans for a stand-alone store, coming to an excited blog near you soon).
Take a look at the map below to find out where these French hot spots are located:
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