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Including its downtown location in Soho, the French brand Cotélac now has two stores in Manhattan and five total in the U.S. The Upper East Side boutique, located at Lexington Avenue and East 71st Street, might not be the company's flagship, but it's quite nice to look at nonetheless. Inside, racks of clothing hang suspended from individually-lit white fixtures, and accessories and footwear are prominently displayed on the center wooden tables.
The new boutique also stocks an edited version of the brand's contemporary line, Acoté. (Think A.P.C., but with less neutrals and a few more surprises.) Click through the gallery above for a peek at the interior.
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· Cotélac [Official Site]