Jonathan Adler Store Opens Today at Phoenix's Biltmore Fashion Park

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Jonathan Adler is known to visit Arizona every once in a while, but as of Friday, August 22, he's here to stay.

Well, his aesthetic is anyway. Today the New York-based modern home furnishings designer opens a boutique that's his fourth largest and 27th overall at Phoenix's Biltmore Fashion Park.

See also: Diane von Furstenberg Boutique Now Open at Scottsdale Fashion Square

Adler and his husband, Simon Doonan, often visit the Valley because Doonan works as the creative ambassador-at-large for Barneys, which has a location in Scottsdale. Now the duo will have one more reason to spend some time in the Phoenix area.

"Arizona is one of the most stunning places in the world, and Biltmore Fashion Park is a refreshing oasis in the desert," Adler says via press release. "I'm thrilled to be opening in Arizona and to be bringing style, craft, and joy to the Wild West."

The new Jonathan Adler shop offers 2,900 square feet of home décor, including furniture, rugs, a gift bar, and a wall of lighting fixtures. Those looking to makeover their living space will also find items to make themselves over, ranging from handbags and scarves to tech cases and legwear.

For more information on the store, visit www.jonathanadler.com or call 602-957-3056.

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