French based luxury brand, Zadig & Voltaire opened their latest flagship store on 453 Broome St in SoHo. The 5,000sq ft. space, with 3,000 sq ft. of selling space, marks the 6th NYC opening for the house.
Designed by architect Bernard Dubois, who also designed the house’s Rue Cambon store in Paris, the space contrasts luxury and industrial. The walls and flooring are all white, which allows for the standout features to be the brand’s familiar chic and relaxed pieces.
The full women and men’s collections, along with a vast assortment of Italian made sneakers and accessories will be featured on wooden and metal fixtures throughout the store.
Rotating art pieces, from founder Thierry Gillier’s own collection, will be featured in the store. Dario Escobar’s “Untitled No.2,” Will Boone’s “Mercy Seat II,” and Eva Rothschild’s “Snowman,” were featured for the grand opening.
Architect | Bernard Dubois
Location 453 Broome Street New York, NY 10013
Contact (646) 478 7418
Hours Mon.- Sat. 11am-7pm Sun. 12pm-6pm
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