Madison Avenue Adds 12 Retailers in First Half of 2017

According to the Madison Avenue Business Improvement District, a dozen new retailers and galleries opened on the luxury Manhattan street on the Upper East Side in the first half of 2017. The retailers are below:

Alison Lou (jewelry): 20 East 69 Street
Balenciaga (fashion & accessories): 840 Madison Avenue
Brioni (fashion & accessories): 680 Madison Avenue
Ceysson & Bénétière Gallery (art gallery): 956 Madison Avenue
Edie Parker (handbags & accessories): 781 Madison Avenue
Elie Saab (fashion & accessories): 860 Madison Avenue
Golden Goose Deluxe Brand (fashion & accessories): 935 Madison Avenue
Kilian (fragrance & jewelry): 746 Madison Avenue
Louis Vuitton Masters (leather goods): 655 Madison Avenue
Majorelle Restaurant: 28 East 63 Street
Mr. & Mrs. Italy (fashion & accessories): 779 Madison Avenue
Vinotherapie Spa by Caudalie (skincare): 819 Madison Avenue

“From internationally-renowned fashion brands creating new flagships, to independent New York-based designers opening their first boutiques, the first half of 2017 demonstrated the attraction of Madison Avenue to all sectors of the luxury marketplace,” said Matthew Bauer, President of the Madison Avenue Business Improvement District (BID). “In addition to our roster of new retailers, we are also pleased about existing Madison Avenue businesses opening new boutiques & galleries during this period, including Bally (689 Madison Avenue), Lévy Gorvy (909 Madison Avenue), Ovando (1091 Madison Avenue), Stubbs & Wootton (944 Madison Avenue) and Tom Ford (680 Madison Avenue). Art, fashion, home decor, spas and fine dining are all sectors representing our newest retailers, and are all ingredients that continue to make Madison Avenue the leading destination of those who wish to experience the finer things in life.”