By  on June 21, 2018

Mai Vu and Dimitri Koumbis, cofounders of digital native brand Bishop Collective, today unveiled the firm’s first brick-and-mortar store, a 700-square-foot unit at 143 Ludlow Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.

Bishop Collective sells ethically sourced women’s wear, accessories and home decor from like-minded designers, as well as proprietary products such as candles under the Bishop Collective label. Featured brands include Dusen Dusen, which is inspired by Italian industrial design and Scandinavian textiles; H. Fredriksson, oversize loosely draped garments; Megan Huntz, limited-edition runs of vintage dead stock fabrics; Micaela Greg, California-made knitwear constructed from high-quality Italian yarns, and Whit, clean, modern-shaped items. Prices range from $36 to $500.

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