Roland Mouret has more to celebrate Thursday than his fall runway show in Paris — the designer is getting ready to open his first New York store this summer.
Mouret met recently with Swedish architect Bozarth Fornell about his plans for the 1,400-square-foot Upper East Side space. Located at 952 Madison Avenue, the designer will take over what used to be the Bang & Olufsen space. This will mark Mouret’s second freestanding store, in addition to London. The New York location will sell the designer’s ready-to-wear, accessories and his White Collection, as well as select reissued items from his archives such as the Galaxy and Titanium dresses.
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