Here’s What You’ll See at KOP’s New High-End Stores
We’ve reported extensively on the King of Prussia Mall expansion, bringing you a first look at the expansion connecting the former Court and Plaza, as well as announcing new stores we can expect in the expansion. Lo and behold, the day is quickly approaching where the new KOP masterplan will to the public—August 18th—and images are starting to trickle in of the fabulous new storefronts, not least among them David Yurman and DVF of Diane von Furstenberg. Situated in the luxury brand hub inside the new connector wing of the KOP mall, the two high-end retailers feature jewelry and clothing, respectively, for the luxe lady. Take a first look inside the two new spaces opening early:
If you’re looking to update your baubles and bangles, David Yurman re-opened its KOP store last week. With an 800-square-foot increase from the original store’s footprint, the new David Yurman space boasts separate men’s and women’s sections, as well as a private fine jewelry salon. (We want in.) You can find it directly above the Apple store, close to Neiman Marcus in the new expansion.
Aside from the brand’s full collection of gold and sterling silver designs for men and women, the store will feature a selection of sculptures and artwork directly from the founders’ private collections. It sounds absolutely dreamy, and we can’t wait to check it out in person.
The new DVF at KOP will be the brand’s first Pennsylvania location, and plans to open its doors tomorrow, weeks before the expansion’s official debut date. The store is 1,600 square feet, with a bold storefront announcing DVF has arrived. The space plans to host curated discussions with women from the business and academic worlds, centered around empowering women.
The feminine clothes and handbags sold here are meant to outfit the confident woman within, with styles like The Margarit slip dress ($298), the funky Floretta coat ($998) for colder months ahead, and this adorable shearling bag ($348), readily available tomorrow, July 29 at the King of Prussia Mall.