By  on May 25, 2011

NEW YORK — With its antique marble fireplace, Art Deco Coromandel screens and tweed carpeting, the new Chanel boutique inside Bergdorf Goodman plays like a luxuriously appointed residence mirroring the brand’s styles and fabrics.

The 2,000-square-foot shop (including selling space, fitting rooms, work stations for associates and storage) is positioned in prime Bergdorf real estate by the elevators on the second floor housing European designers, has its own foyer, and windows with pearl-embroidered suede curtains overlooking the Pulitzer Fountain by The Plaza and Central Park.

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