Have you ever ever stayed in a lodge that smells so good you simply wish to bottle up the perfume and take it with you? Or possibly you’ve got slipped right into a lodge bathrobe after a lengthy haul flight and found it to be probably the most plush, snug gown you’ve got ever placed on—after which contemplated sneaking it into your carry-on. We have all been there. However for visitors at
on the Higher East Aspect in New York Metropolis, attempting (and failing) to buy the lodge’s signature merchandise is now not a problem. Enter Le Store, The Mark’s lengthy awaited on-line retail retailer.
Toting itself as The Mark’s first digital reward store, Le Store already has a strong providing for lodge visitors (previous, current, or aspiring), all in-keeping with its genuine French avant-garde aesthetic. The store is dwelling to a thoughtfully curated choice of limited-edition partnerships with a few of our favourite manufacturers, together with a customized “want you have been right here” sweater from Lingua Franca founder Rachelle Hrusk and a set of monogrammed cotton pajamas designed by PYJ Paris. And anybody who has stayed on the lodge will acknowledge the customized scent of the shop’s Jurassic Flower candle: The white flower, magnolia, apricot, and peach mix, created by French grasp perfumer Frédéric Malle, wafts by the lodge every day.
Together with a number of particular collaborations, visitors might be additionally have the ability to buy the staple facilities The Mark is thought for, together with its now-classic bathrobe, yoga mats, and cucumber eye pads infused with aloe, Vitamin E and Vitamin C to sooth puffiness from jet lagged eyes. Plus, Le Store even has plans to introduce new luxurious merchandise and collaborations on a rolling foundation—here is hoping for a cashmere prime and pant set (there’s nothing extra satisfying to journey in, in spite of everything).
So, if you happen to’re not planning a keep in New York Metropolis anytime quickly, at the very least you possibly can have a memento from The Mark delivered to your property—even whether it is only a pair of cucumber eye pads to put on whereas lounging in your sofa.
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