Lexington Company to Open Second U.S. Store

GREENWICH, Conn.-Lexington company the Stockholm-based lifestyle brand, has opened its second U.S. store here. The 1,850 square-foot store will include home goods as well as men's and women's clothing and accessories.

The Connecticut store is reminiscent of a traditional New England country house and includes a living room set for a fall or Thanksgiving gathering. Anchoring the store is a bet set with bedding and pajamas. Prices range from $35 - $400 for bedding, $9-$125 for tabletop, $89-$395 for women's and men's clothing and $39-$275 for accessories.

The debut follows the opening of the company's East Hampton store in New York this summer.  The company is scouting potential markets as part of the planned East Coast rollout. As of now, future retail locations under consideration include Boston and Charlotte, N.C., the company said through a spokesperson.

Lexington Company operates 26 free-standing stores in five countries and is sold at more than 90 stores worldwide.

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