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Designer Josie Natori opened her first store in the city yesterday, at 253 Elizabeth Street in Nolita. Lingerie, casual loungewear, sleepwear, and ready-to-wear from all three of her labels are on the racks, plus an assortment of accessories and antiques she acquired on "global shopping sprees."
WWD reports that everything will be for sale, including those antiques and Natori archival pieces (the brand was founded in 1977).
She told the paper, "It will be all mixed up, not just what we make, but everything from antiques to clothing and home decor." As you can see from the photo above, the shop's a lot more than just sexy bras and panties.