The highly regarded luxury goods house opens its first U.S. location in New York, combining beauty, legacy and unique customer experiences to create a must-see destination for New Yorkers and beyond

Unduly reports on the “death of retail” are put to bed by the glamorous latest addition to New York’s Fifth Avenue. Delvaux, the oldest luxury leather goods house in the world, honors its legacy and the value of brick and mortar in the digital age with exclusivity, decorative art and superior design in its recently opened flagship store.

Although the Delvaux brand history stretches nearly 200 years, the flagship focuses on the present. The Belgian-born house veers away from traditional luxury brick and mortar, where heritage is priority in design, and focuses instead on its new neighbors. Accents in gold, silver and emerald reflect the chic atmosphere of the city, while stunning views of an iconic Central Park corner ensures its relevance to even the most selective of New Yorker shoppers.

Subtle references to its roots are spread thoughtfully throughout the store, such as a central lamp once owned by a Flemish church. Pleasing to the eye and rich with context, these purposeful accents combine beauty and history to create an atmosphere that is both stunning and rich in meaning.

Innovations at the new store are not limited to design. Following initiative taken by other industry leaders, Delvaux’s flagship prioritizes exclusive access. The store will offer a variety of New York-only merchandise, layered with its own level of exclusivity: the rarest pieces can only be accessed in a VIP room. The restricted area will also include its own array of purposeful art, creating a sense of ultimate access and building a stronger connection to the brand's most loyal customers.

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Unduly reports on the “death of retail” are put to bed by the glamorous latest addition to New York’s Fifth Avenue. Delvaux, the oldest luxury leather goods house in the world, honors its legacy and the value of brick and mortar in the digital age with exclusivity, decorative art and superior design in its recently opened flagship store.

Although the Delvaux brand history stretches nearly 200 years, the flagship focuses on the present. The Belgian-born house veers away from traditional luxury brick and mortar, where heritage is priority in design, and focuses instead on its new neighbors. Accents in gold, silver and emerald reflect the chic atmosphere of the city, while stunning views of an iconic Central Park corner ensures its relevance to even the most selective of New Yorker shoppers.