Bloomingdale’s has taken the wraps off the latest phase in the renovation of the three-level, 90,000-square-foot men’s store at its 59th Street flagship. The revamping of the main floor furnishings department and the shops on the midlevel is part of a two-year plan to upgrade men’s at the store. Last October, the retailer unveiled a revamped tailored clothing department, which was preceded eight months earlier by the addition of No. 59 Metro, a premium denim and contemporary sportswear department on the subway level.
“This is the next-to-the-last phase,” said David Fisher, Bloomingdale’s executive vice president and general merchandise manager of men’s wear. “We believe we’ve created one of the most unique men’s stores in the city.”
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