Atelier Jolie‘s inaugural permanent retail space, led by founder Angelina Jolie, finds its home at 57 Great Jones Street in New York’s NoHo neighborhood—an address steeped in history.
Unveiled just last Tuesday, the atelier occupies a former carriage house with a rich legacy, once owned by Andy Warhol and later serving as Jean-Michel Basquiat‘s studio and residence. Over the years, this 6,600-square-foot building has evolved into a canvas for street artists.
To craft the space, Jolie enlisted architects Enrico Bonetti and Dominic Kozerski. The result is a three-floor, 6,600-square-foot haven that seamlessly blends retail, a cozy cafe, and a vibrant community hub. Visitors can explore timeless fashion, savor diverse culinary offerings from various chefs, or collaborate with designers for unique, bespoke pieces. The store’s design exudes sophistication with sleek, minimal aesthetics—limewash-painted brick walls, pristine white floors, and bronze accents mirroring the intricate details of the available garments.
However, paying homage to the building’s artistic roots and the eclectic neighborhood, the graffiti-covered facade will proudly remain unchanged. At Atelier Jolie, history and modernity coalesce in a space that invites patrons to indulge in fashion, gastronomy, and community spirit.