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Luxury handbag designer Khirma Eliazov celebrated the opening of her boutique in New York City on November 14 with VIPS and chilled Voli Vodka cocktails.
The exclusive and intimate event took place at the 850-square-foot boutique located at 102 Charles St. (between Bleecker and Hudson) and according to the press release, the evening included VIPS who were able to browse current and past collections while toasting to Eliazov’s new space.
The new boutique, which is located on the first floor of a landmarked townhouse, will offer a selection of clothing, shoes, jewelry, beauty and home goods designed by brands including KBL Eyewear, La Soula fine jewelry and Cut25, among others. The store, which was designed in partnership with interior specialist Valerie Pasquioi, was intended to feel like visitors have entered Eliazov’s closet and is “modern, relaxed and feminine with a downtown edge”. Colleen Rae Smiley designed the windows in the space and there is a wall of mirrors, reclaimed wood fixtures and restored furniture throughout.
Eliazov is the former accessories editor and stylist at renowned publications such as Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and Town & Country. After originally launching her brand to “fill a void in the luxury market for true statement pieces”, Eliazov’s products feature “classic silhouettes with exotic skins including leather, python, alligator, crocodile, lizard and stingray.”
Celebrity fans of the young designer include Blake Lively, Jennifer Lopez, Sienna Miller and Alessandra Ambriosio, among others.
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