Oliver Peoples has signed a 10-year lease at Brookfield Place in lower Manhattan, where it will open a 626-square-foot store on the lobby level of the Winter Garden.
Rocco Basilico, head of retail at Oliver Peoples, said, "We carefully considered Brookfield Place for our fourth New York City location and are very excited to introduce ourselves to the area. As we endeavor to reach a new clientele, the downtown community of workers compounded with the multitudes of visitors who now flock to this exciting location is a perfect fit for our brand."
Part of Oliver Peoples' 30th anniversary collection will drop in the summer, which coincides with the brand's Brookfield Place opening. Because the eyewear brand designs stores to fit into their surroundings, the unit will be modeled after the TriBeCa of a professional person, someone say, in advertising or another creative field.
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