When Zoë first opened its doors in 1995, it was a different place entirely. It packed all its style into a mere 600 square-feet and sold only women’s clothing. Since then, Zoë has not only added shoes and men’s apparel to its inventory, but it has also acquired more space. A couple of big moves (across the street in 1998 and across the other street in 2004) and one expansion last fall makes the shop nearly ten times its original size! And, it just keeps growing—its 3,500 square-feet sister store opened in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York in November 2006.
It’s more than the Paris shows and the eclectic designer showcase that make Zoë the shopper’s dream. It’s Brock’s eye that is the muscle of the whole operation. While some shops peddle Jimmy Choo and others offer Miu Miu, Zoë is the only boutique that houses it all…and the best of it all. If every brand is selling its own story, then Brock chooses the best chapters from each and combines them to tell her own—a tale she likes to call…Zoë.