Designer Mariuccia Mandelli moved her edgy, femme ready-to-wear collection from the Upper East Side to a massive downtown space in hopes of attracting a younger clientele. The fun, Pop Art–inspired shop definitely looks the part with comfy, colorful sofas, red dome overhead lights and Andy Warhol paintings of Mandelli. Find three clothing, footwear and accessories collections: Kriziapoi, which is hipper and slightly lower-priced; Kriziatop, a high-fashion runway line; and Krizia, which features classic, polished pieces. Standouts from the latter include silk puff-sleeve wrap dresses ($910), linen-and-nylon tuxedo jackets ($945) and matching bubble shorts ($465). Outfit your tootsies in Krizia metallic platforms ($345) and snakeskin peep-toe shoes ($520). Fashionable extras, like laser-cut silver bracelets ($397–$557) and lambskin handbags ($700–$1,560), are top selects. If everything is outside your monetary means, you may be able to snag men’s and women’s fragrances ($65–$95) and panther-print dishware ($7–$12).
446 W 14th St
|Cross street:||between Washington St and Tenth Ave|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun 12:30–5:30pm|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E to 14th St; L to Eighth Ave|
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