SCENE.STYLE. SPACE.SELF.

THE MAN­HAT­TAN-BORN AC­CES­SORIES BRAND EDIE PAR ER DE­BUTS ITS FIRST FLAG­SHIP STORE.

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Here’s your one-stop guide to the city’s hottest restaurants, shows, shop­ping, and more. The lat­est: New York’s groovi­est new lounge; cus­tom clutches at Edie Parker; the stun­ning new Want Apothe­cary in the No­mad ho­tel; and the best way to get fight­ing fit this spring.

Syn­ony­mous with the up­town girl, the Lenox Hill neigh­bor­hood was the nat­u­ral choice for the lo­ca­tion of Edie Parker’s first flag­ship store. The re­cently opened bou­tique houses the vin­tagein­spired brand’s fa­mous be­spoke clutches and ac­ces­sories, and a new cus­tomiza­tion pro­gram al­lows clients to choose the color and de­tails of both sides of their clutch. De­signed in col­lab­o­ra­tion with Stu­dio Muretto, the store’s res­i­den­tial vibe is es­pe­cially ap­pro­pri­ate in light of the brand’s first foray into fur­ni­ture; one stand­out piece is the cus­tom acrylic color-block ta­ble in pearles­cent and brass, avail­able for spe­cial or­der. 781 Madi­son Ave., 646-290-7293; edieparker.com

The new Edie Parker store in Lenox Hill ac­ces­sorizes its must-have clutches with Alex Is­rael’s Pop Art-style Self-por­trait.

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