Bergdorf Goodman unveils new renovated spaces and introduces new brands
New York’s leading luxury department store Bergdorf Goodman has recently unveiled further renovated and refurbished spaces such as a fully overhauled suit department on the 2nd level. The former concept was replaced by shop in shop’s, boutique-like “lifestyle” presentations including Ermenegildo Zegna and Brioni. There’s also a revamped formal section, and another room devoted to smaller, more niche brands such as Kiton, Isaia, Castangia and Cesare Attolini.
Small re-arrangements were made to the ground-floor too – the Ralph Lauren multi-brand was replaced by a newly expanded leather-wear and accessories space which includes: Tom Ford, Prada, Bottega Veneta, Ghurka,Santiago Gonzalez and Loewe. The Charvet boutique has been replaced by a shop in shop for Brunello Cucinelli.
One of the biggest novelties of Bergdorf’s Men is the first Goyard men’s shop outside of Paris and a separate Berluti shoe shop as well as a design refresh for the rest of the furnishings area.