CLOSING TIME: The Charles Nolan store at 30 Gansevoort Street in Manhattan will close its doors for good at the end of July. After Nolan died 18 months ago, his family decided to keep the eight-year-old boutique in the Meatpacking District going. Now all of the merchandise, and the store’s furnishings and mannequins, are being sold.
The company plans to give up its lease but a spokeswoman said she did not know who the new tenant will be.
In memory of the designer, a Charles Nolan Reading Room will be dedicated at the High School of Fashion Industries, and a fully endowed Charles Nolan Scholarship will be established at the Fashion Institute of Technology. There are also plans to revamp the Charles Nolan Web site to add links to all of his work.