After Tocca’s first NYC boutique closed in 2001, its ready-to-wear line came to a halt. The Italian brand has hit the refresh button by opening a new storefront and reintroducing its womenswear line, this time under the direction of designer Emma Fletcher, former owner of the now-shuttered Nolita boutique Lyell. The clothing collection ($120–$650) embodies feminine charm in sophisticated knitted, silk and tailored styles, such as Peter Pan collar blouses ($260) and chic tweed coats ($350). Fletcher designed all of the label’s patterns, including one based on stationery from the 1920s that adorns silk back-buttoned blouses ($275). Bambini, Tocca’s adorable line for kids, and lingerie are also available in store, but the beauty line is a highlight of the shop. Pamper yourself with exfoliating body polishes ($54), spritz some perfume infused with bergamot orange and juniper berry ($68), or relax at home with guava-scented candles ($38).
|Venue name:||Tocca (CLOSED)||Contact:|
605 Hudson St
|Cross street:||between Bethune and W 12th Sts|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: L to Eighth Ave; 1, 2, 3 to 14th St|
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