Eleven Six is bringing the Andes to the Hudson Valley — and the model’s newest sustainable knitwear assortment might be discovered at its first idea retailer, which opens its doorways in Kingston, N.Y., on Oct. 15.
Cofounded by Catherine Carnevale, a mom, spouse and entrepreneur, Eleven Six blends modern design with conventional Andean knitting methods, providing an “effortless, yet elevated approach” to knit dressing. Carnevale mentioned she “designs for the modern woman in need of a versatile wardrobe to suit a lifestyle of work, travel and play.”
Located on the bottom ground of the historic Fuller Building — which conveniently doubles as the present location of Carnevale’s studio area for the model — the constructing is a former shirt manufacturing facility that was renovated by Scott Dutton, an area Kingston architect, in keeping with Eleven Six.
Dating again to 1847, the chicly retrofitted 530-square-foot industrial area options poured concrete flooring, unique beams and inside brick work, reclaimed wooden and a customized iron-work body with patina ”gun bluing” ending by native craftsman Steve Cross, which holds its glass floor-to-ceiling wall with a double door entrance, the model defined.
Its idea retailer will showcase Eleven Six knitwear collections built-in with a slew of way of life merchandise equivalent to fragrance, candles and jewellery from manufacturers equivalent to Lake & Skye, alongside a rotation of wall artwork and ceramics made by native artists. The model mentioned it is going to be open to the general public on Fridays and Saturdays with an appointment-only foundation for the rest of the week.
For its opening debut and all through the rest of October, Eleven Six will function paintings from Corinne Robbins and Kate Crassweller. The model mentioned it goals to run a sequence of buying and collaboration occasions all year long — and hopes to style the area goals as a “must-stop” for the Hudson Valley inventive group.
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