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Lanvin has finally set a date for the launch of its Upper East Side store. The label has been guarded about revealing any information on its first New York boutique, and last time we checked, the Madison Avenue site seemed stagnant. But Page Six reports that we'll be able to shop (or at least window-shop) by next week. More details: "The 6,000-square-foot, five-floor emporium will have 30-foot ceilings, a bridal floor, antique chandeliers and "acres" of mirrors. The space was constructed by Michilli Inc., which has outfitted shops for Vera Wang, Dolce & Gabbana and Roberto Cavalli."
· Lanvin Launch [Page Six]
· Looks Like Lanvin Will Be a Little Late to the UES [Racked NY]
· Lanvin to Land on the Upper East Side [Racked NY]