Thirty-one years after Saks Fifth Avenue gave Josie Natori her big break by carrying her innerwear collection, the retailer is at it again — this time with the designer’s first ready-to-wear collection.
This fall her new Natorious label will be sold in 35 Saks Fifth Avenue doors, including the Fifth Avenue flagship in Manhattan, where a 700-square-foot concept shop is now in place in the fourth-floor atrium. Natori was wearing pieces from the line — an off-the-shoulder top and viscose skirt and belt — when she inspected the new space Friday.
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