After successful debuts in Miami, Dallas and West Hollywood, Fendi Casa will expand to New York City through its first retail partnership with the OC Concept Store, at 655 Madison Ave at 60th Street.
OC Concept Store is gallery-style luxury boutique offering art, home, accessories, jewelry, timepieces and beauty. Labels include Audemars Piguet, Chopard, Richard Mille, among others.
The collection is in line with the spirit of its Ready to Wear, fur and luxury leather goods. Furnishings are characterized by fashion details, which include the recognized double ‘F’ logo and the unique Spy Bag fastener. The collection includes accessories such as crocodile embossed jewelry boxes, luxury fur throws, and pillows with the fashion label’s logo encrusted in Swarovski Elements, coffee tables and occasional chairs upholstered in printed leathers and rich fabrics, and twisted viscose rugs.
“We are thrilled to offer our clients exceptional home furnishings and accessories from one of the most well known luxury brands in the world,” said OC Concept Store owner Orianne Collins, a Swiss entrepreneur and jewelry designer.
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