By  on May 19, 2014

There's a magic act on New York’s Madison Avenue — retail development is accelerating without upsetting the neighborhood cachet.

Younger, trendier and usually less-expensive labels — like Sandro, John Varvatos, Kate Spade and J. Crew — are increasingly cohabiting the streetscape, easing into spaces next to or near luxury designer mainstays like Donna Karan, Hermès and Ralph Lauren. There’s also been a rush of shoe designers landing space, including Schutz and Christian Louboutin, joining Stuart Weitzman and Jimmy Choo, and a growing men’s wear story with Berluti, Suitsupply, Lanvin and Kent & Curwen joining the Hermès men’s shop.

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