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This morning, we hear that New York's unfortunate lack of a Carven flagship may be remedied sometime in the foreseeable future. Fashionista reports that at a press conference before the brand's presentation at Pitti Uomo, Guillaume Henry said he plans to open a Carven store in New York "soon." Unfortunately, that's as specific as he got.
He did add, however, that he found his Rue St. Sulpice shop in Paris "by happenstance," so perhaps the same will go for his New York location. Fashionista suggests either the West Village or Nolita, and mentions that Lucky once had its money on Meatpacking. Add Madison Avenue and Soho to that list, and you've got five viable options for the city's first Carven.
· Carven Plans To Open Stand-Alone Store in NYC [Fashionista]