Nicholas Kirkwood has arrived — in New York, that is. The British designer opened his first U.S. store last Friday, on Washington Street in the Meatpacking District. The 1,500-sq.-ft. space has a minimalist look, with an oversized circular skylight and garden views. Tea on the patio, anyone? The store, with a gallery-like setting that mirrors Kirkwood’s London boutique, will showcase the designer’s own collection, as well as pieces from his collaborations with Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Prabal Gurung.

Nicholas Kirkwood has arrived — in New York, that is. The British designer opened his first U.S. store last Friday, on Washington Street in the Meatpacking District. The 1,500-sq.-ft. space has a minimalist look, with an oversized circular skylight and garden views. Tea on the patio, anyone? The store, with a gallery-like setting that mirrors Kirkwood’s London boutique, will showcase the designer’s own collection, as well as pieces from his collaborations with Peter Pilotto, Erdem and Prabal Gurung.

(via seagreenlike)