Parisian Fashion Brand ELEVENPARIS to Open Flagship on Prince Street
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Parisian fashion companies are colonizing the eastern fringe of Prince Street, once a wasteland littered with failed retail. Sister stores Sandro and Maje moved here more two years ago, converting the block to glitz. Now, another of its bretheren is moving to the block. Into the space formerly occupied by Nolan.
A branded vinyl skin in the front window of 6 Prince reveals that ELEVENPARIS is opening a store here. It’ll be the first stateside presence for the Parisian prêt-à-porter brand. Build-out is just beginning inside the narrow space, and the PR desk confirms that the location will open sometime in November.
Founded in 2003, ELEVENPARIS specializes in “heightened creativity and ultra-contemporary style.” To look so casual, you must cough up the coin (a Paul Bunyan flannel runs $99).