Luxury store openings at the newly opened Westfield World Trade Center

Nearly 15 years after the devastating Sept. 11 attacks, the Westfield Mall at World Trade Center New York, opened officially on Tuesday. Amid the towers of Lower Manhattan, Westfield World Trade Center’s light-filled centerpiece, referred to as The Oculus, stands out. The building, designed by architect Santiago Calatrava, welcomes consumers to the shopping center as well as serving as a connection point to 13 subway and PATH lines and nearby ferry terminals from New Jersey and Brooklyn.

Westfield World Trade Center will offer New Yorkers and tourists alike the most diverse retail collections in the city. The shopping center includes 365,000 square feet of retail space and will be home to more than 100 global and local fashion, beauty, lifestyle and technology brands. The Oculus will mainly house luxury brands.

On Tuesday, Montblanc, Smythson, Breitling, Stuart Weitzman and Roberto Coin opened new stores at the Oculus at Westfield World Trade Center, New York.

Oculus at World Trade Center, New York