Pronovias hopes to have a long and happy love affair with Manhattan.
The world’s largest bridal manufacturer has made a major commitment to the city by opening a five-story, 21,000-square-foot flagship at 14 East 52nd Street, just off Madison Avenue, last week. It’s the company’s first unit in the U.S., and Alberto Palatchi, president of the Barcelona-based Pronovias, said the flagship is expected to do $20 million to $25 million in sales in two to three years.
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