Fenton/Fallon Brings Baroque Bling to Freeman's Alley

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Arguably the chicest dead-end lane in Manhattan, Freeman's alley, home of the redoubtable Freeman's restaurant and Freeman's Sporting Club, has welcomed a new, neighbor to its already crowded environs. The Cut tells us that towards the back of the alley and down a few steps, Dana Lorenz, designer of the Fenton/Fallon jewelry line will open a sublevel boutique for her baroque, vintage inspired bangles, baubles, and necklaces next week. Sure, we'd pop in for the goods on display alone--but given that the faux-eighties space looks like a scene from a Bret Easton Ellis novel (Patrick Nagel paintings included) you can bet we'll be one of the first to duck into Lorenz's basement sublet.More Posts:

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