Tanya Heath, Serapian, Isaia open initial US flagships around LA, not NY
June 22, 2015 - fall Denim
Move over, New York. Three upscale European conform brands have recently planted their initial U.S. flagship stores on Hollywood ground. Last month, Tanya Heath Paris debuted a resourceful operation of shoes with transmutable heels in Beverly Grove, and progressing this month, Milanese association Serapian denounced a colorful collection of luggage, handbags and travel-ready accessories on Rodeo Drive. This week, Naples-based menswear tab Isaia brings a storied birthright of Italian tailoring to Beverly Hills a good 3 months before opening a second U.S. emporium on Madison Avenue.
Opening Date: Wednesday
What: Originating in a 1920s as a Neapolitan fabric store, high-end menswear code Isaia (which dresses Hollywood heading group such as Hugh Jackman, Matt Damon and Robert Downey Jr. but name-dropping) is opening a 10th boutique worldwide in Beverly Hills, with a second U.S. emporium scheduled to open in New York City in September.
The code offers neatly tailored suiting, knitwear, swimwear, denim, outerwear and accessories (from ties, slot squares and slap links to shoes and bags) that showcase normal Italian craftsmanship and lush materials. More than half of a sell will be disdainful to a Beverly Hills store.
Isaia signatures embody angled barchetta breast pockets with a figure desirous by Naples fishing boats, resisting imitation fabric underneath coupler collars desirous by any anniversary collection and coral as an symbol and tone for stitching and buttons, since it symbolizes good fitness in Naples (a detachable coral lapel pin comes with each jacket).
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The store will underline a tradition tailoring emporium encased in potion to prominence a craftsmen during work, a bar portion Illy coffee and Campari cocktails, and a private Vesuvio Room where VIP business and celebrities can knowledge made-to-measure fittings, watch radio and lounge. In an paper to Italian design, a emporium is flashy with singular complicated art and furnishings, including a coral-colored candelabrum by Milan-based engineer Jacopo Foggini and a coral-red lacquered piano that doubles as a made-to-measure work table.
How much: From $125 for a slot retard to $5,895 for a leather jacket
Where: 9527 Brighton Way in Beverly Hills
When: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday; noon-5 p.m. Sunday
Info: (424) 204-1169, isaia.it
Opening date: Jun 3
What: Founded in 1945, upscale Milanese leather products code Serapian has counted Audrey Hepburn, Frank Sinatra, Bette Davis, Ingrid Bergman and, some-more recently, Joe Jonas and Taylor Swift, among a clientele.
The Beverly Hills location, a partnership with former personal shopper Monica Dastin, who is a new executive executive of Serapian U.S.A., is a seventh freestanding tellurian boutique and a initial U.S. outpost for a family brand, helmed by Ardavast Serapian (son of a company’s founders).
Offerings embody luggage, mechanism bags, briefcases, handbags (from clutches and top-handle bags to shoppers and backpacks) and tiny leather products such as iPad cases, belts and wallets in an considerable array of neutrals, confidant brights and pastels. The association is famous for a specifically grown stain- and scratch-resistant fabrications, signature mother-of-pearl finish on purse closures and intricately hand-woven Mosaico leather that involves about 18 hours of craftsmanship per handbag. Every bag comes with a tab that can be embossed with initials in a emporium for no additional charge; about 12 equipment can be custom-made in any multiple of color, material, backing and detailing. Each square is domestic by a company’s artisans in Milan, Italy.
How much: From $150 for a leather business label hilt to $24,400 for an alligator handbag
Where: 204 N. Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills
When: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Saturday; noon to 5 p.m. Sunday
Info: (310) 247-8881, serapian.com
Tanya Heath Paris
Opening Date: May 1
What: Luxury women’s shoes code Tanya Heath Paris is famous for a transmutable heels in several heights (from 1.6 to 3.3 inches) that click on or off a operation of pumps, sandals, slingbacks and boots with a pull of a symbol dark inside a footbed.
It took a group of French engineers and craftsmen some-more than dual years to rise a innovative design, with signature lead piping, that also emphasizes comfort and a foot’s delicate curves. Four styles of heels (high and low retard heels, kitten heels and stilettos) come in neutrals, metallics and a accumulation of colors. There are also domestic “couture” heels in striking patterns or flashy with lead spikes, rainbow shine or Swarovski crystals; in addition, a Los Angeles boutique offers disdainful styles dressed adult in a glittery colors of 6 internal sports teams: a Angels, Dodgers, Clippers, Lakers, USC Trojans and UCLA Bruins.
Two some-more heel designs will be rising this fall, and subsequent year a boutique skeleton to supplement a heel bar within a shop, where business can emanate tradition heel designs. All products are crafted in France.
In 2013, a association non-stop a initial boutique in Paris. The Los Angeles emporium — a brand’s U.S. flagship and fourth tellurian store — is owned by Pame Schmider, who formerly ran a Bauble On Balboa boutique on Balboa Island and assured Tanya Heath to extend to America.
How much: From $495 for pumps to about $600 for boots (coming in July); $45-$120 for heels.
Where: 108 S. Robertson Blvd. in Beverly Grove
When: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday-Friday; 11 am. to 6 p.m. Saturday; noon.-5 p.m. Sunday
Info: (323) 533-9291, tanyaheathparis-la.com
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