Seven For All Mankind Jeans
The Soho store is open now – has anyone been yet? Check out the images of the new flagship and an article about the store from New York Magazine’s August 7th edition.
“Today we weaseled our way into the new Seven for All Mankind flagship, the brand’s first New York store, set to open tomorrow. Situated in Soho at 394 West Broadway (right next to Miss Sixty — ooh, competition!), the bright, clean 3,000-square-foot space occupies the old home of Smith & Hawken. When we were wandering around inside, we spotted plenty of flares (Seven isn’t pushing the skinny jeans nowadays, it would seem) and outerwear galore, including a brown leather motorcycle jacket for men and a shimmery beige trench coat for women. The store is also home to Seven’s children’s denim and their line of leather bags, which range from $200 to $1,000.
But this isn’t just any old denim-dealer heaven: The space will also function as a revolving art gallery. Though the sprawling white walls are currently in their naked state, they will soon be overtaken by artist Tim Mantoani’s 20-by-24-inch Polaroids in the store’s first exhibit, “Behind Photographs.” Art and commerce — they definitely get the neighborhood.
New Yorkers would do well to prepare themselves for more: The denim dealers already have their eye on the Flatiron district, Upper East Side, and Upper West Side for their next three retail destinations.”
Article & photos via New York Magazine.
Actress Lisa Bonet was spotted today on set of “Life on Mars” wearing a pair of 7 for All Mankind Jeans. Lisa is best known for her role as the eldest daughter on the Cosby show.
Actress Blake Lively arrived at Good Morning America on August 4th in a pair of the new 7 for All Mankind Pintuck Super Flare jeans in Worn Mercer – they look fab on her and I looooove this new cut! My next must buy! Props to Blake on the whole outfit – love!
High School Musical star Ashley Tisdale was spotted out getting a coffee yesterday wearing a pair of 7 for All Mankind Lucy jeans in Acid wash. Can you say 1980? 7 for All Mankind no longer carries these – shocker! Some things, like acid washes, should just remain in the 80’s forever.