NEW YORK — With a focus on career suits and separates, shirts and outerwear, the sixth floor of Barneys New York’s Madison Avenue flagship stood out like a prairie dress at a Manhattan gallery opening.
Almost every other floor had been remodeled in the store’s 15-year history so that merchandise and interior design reflected the spirited, sophisticated aesthetic that is Barneys.
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