Woolrich store, New York City

September 30th, 2014 by retail design blog

It took 184 years but Woolrich finally opened their first store in the United States with a standalone space in New York’s SoHo neighborhood. The Pennsylvania-based company opened a new two-floor, vintage-inspired store on Wooster Street and elected to design it as a “contemporary retrospective of the company’s 184-year history,” highlighted by the presence of wool shearing tools, swatch cards, catalogues and other historic items arranged around the space. The full contemporary Woolrich John Rich & Bros collection as well as Mark McNairy‘s Woolen Mills line are available.


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