Saks Fifth Avenue may be reducing the buy on some designer collections, but when it comes to remaking the selling floor that showcases the top tier, there’s no retrenchment.
Construction on a renovated, bronze-trimmed, artistically detailed third level at Saks’ Manhattan flagship is nearing completion. At 61,000 square feet, the area is the nation’s most spacious designer floor and home to a panoply of haute European and American collections such as Chanel, Giorgio Armani, Oscar de la Renta and Ralph Lauren — 49 in total and 20 with hard shops.
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