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Noir et Blanc Celebrates 30th Anniversary in Flatiron

Contemporary boutique Noir et Blanc celebrates 30 years in the Flatiron District next Thursday, September 13th. Founded in 1989 by stylist and model Deborah Koenigsberger, Noir Et Blanc on 25th Street between Broadway and Sixth Avenue has become a cultural staple by selling luxury European fashions and goods to a loyal clientele. The store’s French-inspired essence is about sophistication, class, French chic and timelessness.

Still owned and operated by Koenigsberger, Noir et Blanc blends sharp design and material consciousness in her hand-picked selections in response to today’s cultural influences…keeping it classic and on-trend at the same time. Shopping at Noir et Blanc is meant to feel like having a personal stylist of your very own. 
In addition to the boutique, in 1996 Koenigsberger formed Hearts of Golda foundation with a mission of re-imagining the lives of homeless women and children by giving them the tools and experience to live a brighter future. In 2010 Koenigsberger opened Thrifty HoG next door to Noir et Blanc, with all proceeds from the thrift store benefitting her Hearts of Gold Foundation.
The Women of Wall Street will be joining Koenigsberger next Thursday, September 13th to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Noir et Blanc in a private event at the store. For the opportunity to attend this or future Women of Wall Street events, contact the organization


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