10 Corso Como, a concept store founded by Carla Sozzani in 1990, has locations in Italy, Korea, China, and Japan, but it only came to New York this week. The new shop, located in the South Street Seaport, boasts some pretty big designers from the art and fashion world (Prada! Seletti! Alaïa!) plus a busy restaurant. But what’s an opening without some exclusive merchandise, especially made for the occasion?
Being that it’s New York City, a place that loves the color black more than anything else, Michael Kors ditched his normally bright ways for a subdued, exclusive capsule. It consists of three items from his upcoming resort 2019 collection: a hobo bag, a pair of slides, and a cozy sweater. The shoes and handbag come in regular leather and crocodile, should you feel like splurging. The top, emblazoned with 1981, are a nod to the year the brand was founded.
All of the items can be found only in-store, but if you’re curious, scroll down to see them all.
Daphne crocodile slide, $1,950
Daphne leather slide, $495
Bancroft crocodile shoulder bag, $6,900
Bancroft leather shoulder bag, $990
1981 long sleeve sweater, $750
10 Corso Como, 1 Fulton Street.