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Inside Jerome Dreyfuss's New Store; More on Chelsea Market Anthro

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SOHO—Our lucky friends at the Cut got a preview of French bag-maker Jerome Dreyfuss's new boutique on Broome Street, and it sounds exactly the sort of summery environment you get a little wistful for on days like this. Per the Cut: "Though [Dreyfuss] opted to keep the building's original tiled floor and walls, his handbags are displayed in a newly built, central cabana-like structure, loosely inspired by the Kaufmann houses of Palm Springs." Cabana-like? Palm Springs? Yes please. Dreyfuss is married to Isabel Marant, whose own store opens about a month after his debuts later this week. [The Cut]

MEATPACKING DISTRICT—Roxy, the tireless blogger over at Effortless Anthropologie, passes on some intel about the Chelsea Market space: "For what it's worth, I hear that new Anthro is going to focus on home. We'll see..." [Twitter; Previously]

Image via the Cut

Jerome Dreyfuss

473 Broome Street, New York, NY