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Blue Tree

Nobody does reinventing yourself better than New Yorkers. Tycoons have become TV stars, waitresses become supermodels, and sometimes movie stars become fashion’s next big thing. That’s what happened when teen drama queen Phoebe Cates gifted the Upper East Side neighborhood that she loves with the unique boutique, Blue Tree. Phoebe had a loving hand in every aspect of the store, which offers clothing, jewelry, home items, and gifts from all over the world. Having created a vintage feel in a modern setting, Phoebe can most often be found in her store, greeting her customers as family and helping them put an amazing look together or find a special gift. Phoebe delights in sharing the work of new and exciting designers with her clientele. You can expect to find pieces from Sir, Mercy, Heiki Jarick, and Antipast. Whether you’re shopping for yourself, your friend, your child, Blue Tree can help you look like a starlet. CiNYC host Sasha caught up with Phoebe on an uptown adventure.

1283 Madison Ave, 10128
www.bluetreenyc.com

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2 Comments

  • By CONNY F. STAFFORD – 07-31-08 at 8:50 am

    MY HUSBAND AND I TRAVEL TO NEW YORK, EACH YEAR TO CATCH A YANKEES GAME, WE WILL STOP IN TO CHECK OUT YOUR STORE. AUGUST 25TH,. THANKS CONNY

  • By Carrie – 09-13-08 at 9:45 pm

    Oh my goodness, this is the best store I’ve ever been too…I live on the upper east side of Manhattan, and I <3 this store more than anything else on earth…and Phoebe is so incredibly sweet! cutest store ever–unfortunately, sorta expensive (a bit overpriced) but such cute stuff that ovepaying won’t kill you.

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