Isabel Marant’s Tree house


This weekend, Isabel Marant opened her doors to a permanent structure at 469 Broome Street in SoHo. The French architect who constructed her three Paris shops, Nicolas Andre, crossed the pond and worked around the already existing space. Freestanding columns and a ceiling with embossed metal panels were the springboard for carved pieces that look like a wooden cabin. The result was a combination of sculpture and a tree house – “it’s a space within a space,” said Isabel. Now, New York style mavens are in closer proximity to their favorite pair of denim pedal pushers and cuffed pirate boots for the season.

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