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Adopt the French attitude

French Soho Story

CULTURE

French Soho Story

Myline Descamps

A few weeks ago, we wrote about a French West Side story. French restaurants, shops and brands are all around New York from the well known to the new and contemporary ones.
At French Wink we’re writing everyday about French lifestyle and our next step is to offer you the very best of France through our pop up concept stores. We are happy to announce that our next one will be on Mulberry Steet, in the heart of Nolita from February 10th to 12th. We can not wait to celebrate Valentine’s Day a la francaise!

Just 2 windows away from our Valentine’s Day concept Store, we were pleased to see Stuterheim store featuring their latest collaboration with French native style icon and fashion influencer Garance Dore.

Stutterheim Raincoats is a Swedish luxury fashion brand founded by Alexander Stutterheim in Stockholm in 2010. Ever since, the brand’s vision has been to create beautiful yet functional rain- and outerwear in the highest quality. All coats are handmade using the finest craftsmanship and are characterized by simplicity, functionality and timeless design.

Our French neighbor will be The French Cheese Board – the new home of French Cheese in the city. In addition to a place where you can shop your favorite cheese, the French Cheese Board is also a destination featuring exclusive programming that blends art, design and food in innovative forms that appeal to both the connoisseurs and the curious in search of the mystique and passion that surround French cheese. The French Cheese Board is an ambassador of the French cheese experience and also serves as a platform for conversations and debates.

Talking about French food and while entering Soho you’ll find the perfect spots around Mulberry Street.

For a quick bite with a French Brittany flavor, stop at Vive la Crepe – offering savory and sweet crepes.

For a more traditional french meal, try Bathazar serving traditional bistro fare from breakfast through late-night dinner. Balthazar is renowned for its exceptional design. The building was converted from a leather wholesaler’s warehouse to an airy space that can accommodate over 200 people in the dining room and at the zinc bar.

Just a few blocks away you will find Gas Bijoux ( yes they were in our French West Side Story too) and the famous Diptyque store offering the very best of French candles and interior perfumes.

Soho is indeed a place to shop and eat French!
Stay tune as French Wink pop-up concept store will be the new place to shop for french lifestyle products. We can not wait to say ” Je t’aime” (I love you) for Valentine’s Day.