Housed in an enormous 28,000-square-foot, single-story building built in 1822, 10 Corso Como is set to open the doors of its New York outpost. The Italian concept store debuted in 1991 under the direction of Carla Sozzani, who remains at the helm of the 10 Corso Como operation as it finally makes its way stateside.
Artist Kris Ruhs has provided the store’s signature aesthetic since its inception, and aided in creating the New York store’s handmade detailing, which ranges from painted floral sculptures to floors that sport hand-applied gloss. Ruhs’ designs also appear in the form of playfully illustrative home goods, pillows, T-shirts and accessories exclusively available at the store. Along with the tie-in items, 10 Corso Como offers a variety of attractions throughout, including art books, furnishings, scents, sneakers, clothing, a gallery space and even a fully-fledged restaurant. To kick off the opening, the store has joined with REIGN for an exclusive re-release of limited sneakers, like Joshua Vides Air Force 1s and various Y-3 silhouettes.
Meanwhile, the fashion section boasts a variety of high-end brands, including Balenciaga, Prada and Gucci, with plenty of exclusive items on hand. These range from tie-dyed Alyx tees to unique Stella McCartney layering pieces, all offered in limited quantity for the retailer. Menswear and womenswear are intermingled, with genderless displays from Maison Margiela joined by special womenswear items from Alaïa and a wide variety of Raf Simons gear.
Take a look at the space above and head to 10 Corso Como’s new outpost to experience the curated selection firsthand.
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10 Corso Como New York City
1 Fulton St
New York, NY 10038