Without much fanfare, Michael Kors opened a lifestyle concept boutique at 101 Prince Street in Soho on
Friday, reports WWD. The store, which focuses
heavily on accessories with some ready-to-wear alongside fragrances and sunglasses, launched in Dallas last
year and has expanded to markets such as White Plains, N.Y., Los
Angeles, Atlantic City and Boca Raton, Fla. The next three will open in
Greenwich, Conn., Scottsdale, Ariz., and Troy, Mich.
3,400-square-foot SoHo unit was designed by New York-based Michael
Neumann Architecture LLC, and has an all-white interior, with polished
white marble floors and details such as zebra-fabric-covered furniture.
items at the new boutique include a slouchy metallic Michael hobo bag
for $328; a suede Kors flat for $195; a gold Collection chrono watch
for $225, and a Collection ID hobo bag for $1,295. The store is
estimated to rake in more than $3 million in its first year. A tidy little sum…
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