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After vowing to put an emphasis on his eponymous line, Bottega Veneta's creative director Tomas Maier delivers with his first Manhattan store, now open at 956 Madison Avenue. The two-level townhouse flagship is comprised of 4,000 square feet and features oak floors, bronze details, and display pieces designed by Maier himself.
This is Maier's first store opening since he partnered with Kering, the parent company that houses luxury brands including Alexander McQueen, Saint Laurent, and Bottega Veneta, naturally. The selection of apparel and accessories is rounded out by home goods, jewelry, and, according to WWD, a candle collaboration with Diptyque.
See more photos of the store below, and be on the lookout for a West Village outpost, which the paper says is slated to open in April.