Trinity Place

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Trinity Place
Financial District
The thought of a department store usually conjures images of massive crowds and messy racks, but this modern spot is the antidote to typical multibrand behemoths. The store is the first of its kind for the company (it hopes to expand to London and Paris) and features both trendy and classic womenswear ($35–$600) from 21 under-the-radar European brands such as Veneno en la Piel, Goldie London and Trollied Dolly. Look for ultragirly clothing pieces, including Miss Patina sheer blouses with lace collars ($68) and chiffon maxidresses ($75), mixed with edgier duds, such as Toni Francesc slouchy jumpsuits ($353) and Sylvia Lee draped miniskirts ($250). Among the accessories are Rock & Royal stone necklaces ($110–$360) and the Leather Satchel Co. colorful leather tote bags ($145–$195), spread throughout the store. Perforated oxfords ($59) and hidden-heel leopard-print sneakers ($85) from the store’s parent company, Le Bunny Bleu, are stylishly lined against a back wall. So far, just the first floor is open to shoppers, but the store plans to expand, with kids’ clothes on the second floor and menswear on the third.
Venue name: Trinity Place
Contact:
Address: 37 Trinity Place
New York
10006
Cross street: between Exchange Pl and Rector St
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 11am–7pm; Sat, Sun noon–6pm
Transport: Subway: N, R to City Hall

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Natalie V

I am a designer/owner of a small business that sent thousands worth of my product in good faith over two years ago to sell at this reputable (I use the term loosely) department store called 'Trinity Place'. After numereous emails and facebook messages I still have not been reimbursed for my products that they sold, or even had my unsold products returned. I imagine a few small businesses like myself are in the same situation. An absolute disgrace!

dressed4me

I LOVE everything about all dresses from here. Simple, Beautiful, Feminine, and Comfortable!