Renowned as the neighborhood's first gallery building, 420 West Broadway was the epicenter of the ’70s and ’80s art movement in SoHo. Housing the legendary gallery of Leo Castelli as well as many others, the space was home to shows by everyone from Roy Lichtenstein to Jeff Koons.

With the 2001 opening of the DKNY store at 420 West Broadway, the building was again a main tenant in a different cultural movement in SoHo: the evolution of the area into a luxury fashion destination. After acquiring the space early in SoHo’s movement towards fashion retail, we drew inspiration from the building’s ubiquitous loft interiors in designing each subsequent DKNY location.

We now reveal the next phase in the life of both DKNY and 420 West Broadway. Join us in unveiling the new DKNY retail experience.