If you're not already familiar with the darkly romantic work of New York-based designer Gary Graham, then you need to be. And luckily, starting today, you can. Graham, who studied at Chicago's very own School of the Art Institute, launches his e-commerce site today at garygrahamnyc.com. With a successful boutique in New York's Tribeca neighborhood under his belt, Graham was looking to extend the reach of his influence, while expanding the level interaction between himself and his clients. The new site will feature an insider’s look into the making of his collections, a store blog, special events, and a behind the scenes view into the store and the company. Graham is also excited that the new site will give him the opportunity to communicate personally through Gary’s Journal, an ongoing account written by Gary Graham himself.
And for a special treat, Graham plans to offer exclusive, one-of-a-kind pieces that were once available only in his boutique along with his main ready to wear collections on the site. The pieces will be featured on the store blog with images, descriptions and a direct link to purchasing the items—a feature seemingly (and thankfully) made to benefit those of us who can't always get to his boutique. For those of you who can, make sure to check out Graham's versatile and cutting edge collections at 176 Franklin Street in Tribeca, within the Gary Graham boutique at ABC Home, and at specialty retailers. And no matter where you are, be sure to log on to garygrahamnyc.com today to get the first peek at Graham's specialized window to the world.
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