Today, Westfield World Trade Center opened its doors to the public with a full-on day of family events and shopping almost 15 years after 9/11. A standout of the day at the “New New York Place To Be” included performances by former Hamilton star and Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr. and the School of Rock cast, both of whom got the crowd on their feet in the 365,000-square-foot-space. As we reported last week, about 60 stores have opened in the new digs, including many high-end retailers. The list–in full–includes & Other Stories, Art of Shaving, Breitlling, Cole Haan, H&M, Kiko, Lacoste, MAC, Reiss, Sephora, Thomas Sabo, Under Armour, Aesop, Banana Republic, Camper, Dior Cosmetics, Havaianas, Kingkow, Links of London, Mont Blanc, Rituals, Smythson, Tous, Uno de 50, Aldo, Bose, Caudalie, Disney, John Varvatos, Kit & Ace, London Jewelers, Pandora, Roberto Coin, Stuart Weitzman, Tumi, Victoria’s Secret, Apple, Boss Hugo Boss, Charles Tyrwhitt, Folli Follie, Kate Spade New York, L.K. Bennett, Longines, Penhaligon’s, Sam Edelman, Swatch, Turnbull & Asser and Vince Camuto. On the food front? Beer table, Épicerie Boulud, Kusmi Tea, Market Lane, Bread Bakery, Grom, Lady M, Nobletree Coffee, Choza Taqueria, Hawksmoor, Little Hunter, Nunu Chocolates, Eataly, Joe Coffee, Lobster Press and Pret a Manger.
Check out highlights from the day, below.