There’s sawdust, there’s tools, but no clothes yet. The newest Pink Chicken Boutique on New York’s upper east side is quickly taking shape. We’ll have the girls, tweens and womens' line all under one roof – something for girls of all ages. Between discussions of paint colors and punch lists, we’ve done some exploring and are settling into our new neighborhood.
We’ll be making regular stops at the Gagosian Shop – besides the great kid’s T’s and rompers, we’re mad for the Damien Hirst Spot series – tea towels and note cards to keep and to give.
We’re also thrilled to have Malia Mills right next door. Sophisticated colors and shapes fit the average women’s body perfectly. Plus, they’re well-made and long wearing – worth every penny!
Baby Cottons has the softest pajama’s we’ve ever felt (why do they not make onesies for adults?), definitely on our baby gift go-to list.
The newly opened Ankasa, features textile-driven bedding and pillows that we LOVE –
we can totally imagine a little one in an AVA dress spilling chocolate milk on these beautiful pillows and coverlets.
And at the top of our Spring list of things to do: Tea at the Carlyle. The Plaza may have Eloise but the Carlyle has Madeline. After energizing with tea and scones the Central Park Children’s Zoo is a short walk where all New York children visit their friends the polar bears.
Hope you’ll visit us at 1223 Madison and enjoy our new neighborhood as much as we do! In the meanwhile, check our newly designed website – and can you tell us where to get the best coffee?
Stay tuned for opening details...