NEW YORK — Gypsy Rose boutique in New Mexico is opening to the public in mid April, the company announced Thursday.
The new store is part of the company’s nationwide expansion, which will also include a pop-up shop in Los Angeles, the store said in a statement.
The shop will be located in a former clothing store at 1030 East 15th Street NW, just a block away from the U.S. Capitol and a popular tourist spot.
We are thrilled to partner with GypsyRose on this new venture.
Gypsy rose is a popular retail brand with a loyal customer base, and we are excited to offer our products to our valued customers and visitors.
Gypsies rose has been in the fashion and beauty business since 1998.
It was founded by Gypsy Williams and former model/vogue editor, Yvonne Dufresne, who also founded the company.
The two women now run the company as well as its sister brand, Gypsy Roses, which is known for its eye-catching prints and accessories.
Gypsy rose, which has its roots in the New Orleans area, has made a name for itself in the past by selling signature fashion and fragrance lines, among other things.
The store is the second Gypsy roses to open in the U and the first in the state of New Mexico.
In addition to New Mexico, the brand has locations in California, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Follow the chain’s expansion in the following cities: New York, New Jersey, New Mexico and California, with a full list of stores and locations here: