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September 26th is a big day for contemporary sportswear and handbag line Ramy Brook—it's when its first-ever retail outpost opens at 22 Prince Street. Though the copy shop it's replacing is tiny, at just 360 square feet, designer Ramy Sharp promises to "use every inch of it," according to WWD.
The lack of selling space is trumped by the location. "it's hip and cool and a great place to browse," she said of Nolita. "It's like a mall on the weekends, it's packed."
Immediate neighbors there include Vince, Helmut Lang, Sandro, Maje, and Siegerson Morrison. If you can't wait until next month, shop her made in New York ready-to-wear line at stores like Barneys New York and Bergdorf Goodman.
Up next? Sharp wants to open stores locally on Madison Avenue and in the Hamptons, as well as other major markets like Miami and Los Angeles.
· Ramy Brook Opening First Store in New York [WWD]
· All Nolita Posts [Racked NY]