For nearly 40 years, Venezuelan-born Carolina Herrera has been captivating the world with her flair for creating glamourous fashions. Her New York flagship originally opened in 2000 at Madison Avenue and 75th Street. After recently transferring creative direction to Wes Gordon, it was time for a refresh, and the boutique underwent a major renovation.

The original 6,900-sq.-ft. three-story townhouse was transformed into a modern fashion destination. Women’s apparel dominates the ground floor, along with an expansive black-and-white hexagonal tile floor and a dramatic sweeping staircase of pale pink Venetian plaster. The second level continues with more apparel and fragrances, and the third floor features the bridal boutique. It exudes glamour with its blush-colored seating and custom chandelier made of pink Venini flowers.

Michilli Inc is the General Contractor who has worked with the brand on the project.