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Charming Charlie—a label that makes just about every accessory under the sun at prices rivaling Forever 21—has 330 stores nationwide, but none in New York. But not for long: Next April, they'll open a three-level, 16,000-square-foot flagship at 445 Fifth Avenue, which will be their largest store in the world.
Forthcoming visitors will be greeted by a two-story glass facade twinkling with colored LED lights and 20-foot-tall double doors in a rather shocking bright pink lacquer. Inside, however, stock is far more palatable—among the brand's handbags, sunglasses, scarves, jewelry, watches, footwear, and more, prices stay between $5 and $150, with most hovering between $10 to $30.
Below, a rendering of the interior: