Anna’s New Home-Sweet-Home in NYC
By Anna Glassman

After nearly two decades in its East 3rd Street location in New York City, designer Kathy Kemp’s Anna boutique has found a brand new home just a bit further uptown on East 11th Street.

Jul 17, 2012
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After nearly two decades in its East 3rd Street location in New York City, designer Kathy Kemp’s Anna boutique has found a brand new home just a bit further uptown on East 11th Street. In changing spaces, Kemp’s aim was to give her store a relaxed, neighborhood vibe, selling her locally produced and constantly rotating stock of flattering and feminine dresses and separates that transcend season.¬† The new location’s clean white walls and hardwood floors serve as the perfect backdrop to the equally pared-down designs. The artwork is minimal, save for a vintage black and white print of the store’s adopted mascot, Ms. Julie Christie, whose chic and timeless style serves a steadfast muse to Kemp’s classic creations.

Heralded by Time Out New York as “the Diane Von Furstenberg for generation Y,” Kathy Kemp has long been a Stylesight favorite, and with the opening of these new digs, it’s clear that she plans to be around for a long¬† time to come.

Anna *NEW LOCATION*

330 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003 / +1 212 358 0195

Photos: Courtesy of Stylesight & Kathy Kemp @ Anna

 


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