Creed's NYC boutique now open - Video

by Grant Osborne, 06th January, 2010

As previously announced, Creed have opened a new boutique, currently its only U.S. store at 794 Madison Avenue at 67th Street in New York City. For those too far away to pop in and have a look, you can now see it via the power of YouTube video.

The Creed boutique is open Monday through Saturday, 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. ET and Sundays from noon to 6:00 p.m.

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    • Primrose | 7th January 2010 00:10

      How nice to *see* this boutique. Thank you, Grant.BTW, whenever I hear 18th century music, I am always reminded of those scenes from "Dangerous Liaisons," with the rogue the Vicomte de Valmont in the form of John Malkovich... :laugh:

    • asingleman | 7th January 2010 07:37

      did they actually release this uh homey little video themselves?!

    • Mimi Gardenia | 7th January 2010 08:29

      Yes, a very interesting look at The new Creed store. I wish I were there !

      Primrose- John Malkovich - such an interesting actor and quite rakish .

    • Extrait | 7th January 2010 09:02

      I think is a homemade-amatorial video not done by Creed, i hope :undecided:

    • James4321 | 8th January 2010 17:06

      The store looks great. I can't wait to visit.

    • hirch_duckfinder | 8th January 2010 17:52

      Don't the stalls outside send a bit of a "downmarket" message? They would in London, perhaps NYC is different?

    • rogalal | 11th January 2010 05:48

      Where were all the flacons? And sorry Hirch, but what are "stalls outside"? The facade looks right at home on Madison Ave. Though I'm surprised by the white plain interior. I would have expected more of a wood-grained gentlemens' club feel. The whole store looks like it could have been bought at Ikea.

    • James4321 | 11th January 2010 17:03

      I had a chance to visit, and the white material is marble. Marble floors and walls.

    • Primrose | 11th January 2010 19:09

      Rogalal, I agree. It is a bit sterile looking and Scandinavian decor came to mind, too. With the lineage of Creed, I also would expect more of a "Savile Row" inspiration with wood-paneled walls and ceiling coffers. After all, come on! The Comte d'Orsay bought his suits from Creed! :rolleyesold: