NEW YORK — Along with his spring collection, Oscar de la Renta has been busy putting the finishing touches on his newly expanded Upper East Side store.
Now open with nearly 3,700 square feet, the boutique at 772 Madison Avenue is double the size of its predecessor. Having taken over and remodeled the Paul & Shark store that used to be next door, the new space has specific areas to showcase the designer’s shoe, handbag, jewelry, beauty, home and children’s wear collections. The designer’s ready-to-wear remains the primary focus, however. Window shoppers will also have more to consider since the shop now has four Madison Avenue windows compared to one in the past.
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