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After a years-long hiatus, it looks like Givenchy is making a serious push into its American offerings. Following the label's re-emergence on Madison Avenue (and subsequent NYFW debut, complete with general admission tickets), Riccardo Tisci and co. are offering customers a deep dive into its beauty products with its first-ever US pop-up shop dedicated to the category.
Located at 155 Spring Street, WWD is reporting that the 650-square-foot space opened yesterday with the French fashion house's full line of fragrances, new Rouge Interdit Vinyl lipstick collection ($33), and Teint Couture Cushion foundation ($50). This is the only place you'll be able to find these before they hit the likes of Barneys, Neiman Marcus, and Sephora in March.
The shop is situated among other high-end brands with namesake makeup lines like Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, and Emporio Armani. A company spokeswoman said that the shop is "a test," and it's currently slated to run through March.