Established in 1999, Muléh is a highly curated, fashion and home furnishings showroom with locations in New York City and Washington, DC. Muléh’s innovative lifestyle concept is rooted in the belief that the creative process inherent of fashioning a look and structuring a room follow a similar ethos. Fit & proportion, scale & form, color & finish, feel & texture, ensemble & architecture become interchangeable paradigms within Muléh’s borders.
In addition to carrying well known labels such as 3.1 Philip Lim and Mulberry, Muléh’s design selections of out-of-the-mainstream brands attempt to expand the availability to obtain such critically acclaimed but hard to find designers such as Vivienne Westwood’s Anglomania and Red Label, Jean Paul Gautier, Smythe, MM6, Ter et Bantine, Sea, Hache, By Malene Birger, Faliero Sarti, LD Tuttle, Chie Mihara, Lizzie Fortunato, Paula Mendoza, Coclico, and foundation-building knit lines Majestic and Autumn Cashmere.
Avant-garde, environmentally sustainable, organic modern home furnishings from Kenneth Cobonpue, Hive and Ango also punctuate a Muléh environment. Cobonpue designs are exhibited in Nobu restaurants on 57th Street and in Dubai. Ango’s 8 foot long silk cocoon lighting cloud was installed in 2010 at the Museum of Arts and Design on Columbus Circle. Chairs, tables, beds, lights, and outdoor furniture cycle through the showroom broadening the range of design choices for residential clients and contract interior designers.
Muléh serves as a event space and cultural medium for the community, hosting functions throughout the year. Over the years, Muléh has been featured in the leading shelter and fashion media including Interior Design, Surface, Architectural Digest, Elle, In Style, and Lucky.