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Milan’s 10 Corso Como is Coming to New York

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Milanese concept store 10 Corso Como is marking its 25th anniversary this year, and to celebrate has announced the opening of its first U.S. location in New York City.

Slated to open in 2017, 10 Corso Como will be located at Manhattan’s recently revitalized Seaport District adjacent to the East River. Set to occupy 13,000 square feet at the Fulton Market Building, the store will be designed by American artist Kris Ruhs, who has created 10 Corso Como’s distinctive visual style throughout its locations in Milan, Seoul, Shanghai and Beijing.

“As a European, I am very excited to see 10 Corso Como come to the place where New York City was born,” said Carla Sozzani, founder of 10 Corso Como. “The Seaport District’s history of international commerce and innovation is inspiring. I am looking forward to creating an extraordinary destination in such a unique neighborhood where the interests of the community are a focus for growth.”

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