Coach’s New L.A. Flagship
‘Tis the season to blow your bank account and we’ve got a handful of gorgeous new shops to help us do it.
For New Yorkers who dream of being Scandinavian minimalists, the opening of the city’s first COS location is a much-awaited dream come true. For years, those in the know have stockpiled the pared back pieces even if it meant an extra baggage fee. Shoppers can now spend that extra cash on the goods themselves.
129 Spring Street, Between Greene and Wooster
More minimalism at shoe brand, FEIT’s new store. The Australian company founded by brothers Tull & Josh Price now has a home in downtown NYC. While minimal, FEIT shoes emanate a rarefied handmade, and high quality essence–we’ll call it ‘elevated minimalism’ perhaps.
2 Prince Street, Corner of Prince and Bowery
Up until recent years, I hadn’t thought much about Coach since my Bat Mitzvah, if we’re being honest, and lately it’s literally all I can think about — here’s looking at you, Stuart Vevers! The newest store marks Coach’s very chic new beginnings–and the space itself has the design mark of Vevers, its creative director. The Rodeo Drive flagship is the first to undergo the makeover, which was completed in mid-November, but official celebrations will commence on December 10th and 11th. And, Time Warner Center’s Manhattan location is next up.
327 N Rodeo Drive
Schott NYC is a family company now run by the 4th generation to do so, and they’ve expanded to their second retail outpost in Los Angeles at The Americana at Brand.
112 Caruso Avenue
5. DAVID YURMAN
David Yurman makes the move downtown to SoHo for a second NYC location so downtown girls can get those signature cable bands just as easily as uptowners.
112 Prince Street
Burberry’s new location on Rodeo is bringing a taste of London to Los Angeles thanks to its full span of all things Burberry: Prorsum, London, Brit, Accessories–and beauty even has a dedicated space (!!).
301 North Rodeo Drive