NEW YORK — Jimmy Choo is far from Old World, yet that’s exactly where Tamara Mellon drew from for her latest design endeavor — the company’s Madison Avenue flagship.

“I wanted to create something that was very feminine, and I was really looking at the Forties,” said Mellon, the company’s president in a phone interview from her vacation home in Ibiza. “I wanted it to have a boudoir feel, something very intimate that has more of a domestic feel than a shop.”

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