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Chanel opens boutique for elites in East Hampton

Chanel opens boutique for elites in East Hampton

Chanel announced the opening of the new ephemeral boutique in East Hampton, situated on Newtown Lane right off the iconic Main Street. The two-story building is a landmarked site built in 1897 by Joseph Greenleaf Thorpe, the renowned architect of Grey Gardens. The first floor divides its focus between ready-to-wear, accessories, watches and fine jewelry, eyewear and shoes. The second floor, which will be used for private appointments.

It was designed by Chanel’s global image department, which creates all the ephemeral boutiques. The Hamptons store is the fifth ephemeral boutique that Chanel has opened in the U.S. in the past 10 years, and this is the only one operating this summer.


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