New And Familiar Designers Open Doors In New York




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A slew of design-related store openings comes by way of New York City’s famed D&D Building, host of the first American outpost of European brand DzineNY. You’ll want to visit if you’re a fan of Roberto Cavalli Home Interiors, Jumbo Collection or Gianfranco Ferre Home, as DzineNY is the exclusive distributor of each.

Right around the corner, the art and antique showroom Macklowe Gallery has opened its new and expanded emporium, moving to Park Avenue after 40 years on Madison Avenue. They’re not the only ones who have changed address: Bespoke carpet maker House of Tai Ping is at home in its new flagship on West 17th Street, where the 10,000-square-foot space showcases its three distinctive brands: Tai Ping, La Manufacture Cogolin and Edward Fields.

For others, it’s their first time calling New York home. Brooklyn designer Rebecca Atwood has debuted her brick and mortar in NoLIta, a longtime coming for the small but mighty brand that has grown from a single line of textiles to a full collection of bedding, wallpaper and pillows. Near Madison Square Park, HBF and HBF Textiles have joined to create an open and airy showroom. And in DUMBO, Niki and Shaokao Cheng–of Calligaris NYC and Camerich NYC–opened M Collection, featuring brands like EQ3, Innovation and their own Calligaris.

Finally, luxury favorite Liaigre introduced a new showroom in the NoMad district in May, featuring furniture exclusively at that location.