By  on June 2, 2008

NEW YORK — Bergdorf Goodman Men last week unveiled a 1,600-square-foot Tom Ford shop that is the largest shop-in-shop in the store's history.

The space is aesthetically similar to the designer's Madison Avenue flagship, and is the latest step in the global rollout of the brand, which launched men's wear only 14 months ago. From the beginning, Tom Ford's retail strategy has been a combination of directly owned flagships, franchised flagships and department store shop-in-shops.

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