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Last week, Anthropologie opened in a former theater on Third Avenue and 72nd Street. The space is big—over 10,000 square feet—and dramatic, with multiple floors connected by a staircase which opens up to a 25-foot ceiling. Anthro commissioned a New York artist to build their chandelier, and the shop stocks a range of NYC-based companies, including jewelers Doyle & Doyle, hat-makers Yestadt Millinery and Tracey Watts, and scarf brand Leah Goren. There's also a strong emphasis on home decor, with the usual antiques alongside unique artwork and furniture.
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