Rag & Bone is doubling its retail presence in Greenwich Village in a move that affirms its commitment to men’s wear, even as women’s has become its growth engine.
The contemporary label opened its first store, a dual-gender boutique, at 104 Christopher Street three months ago. Last weekend, the store was converted to women’s only, and a twin space for men opened two doors down. An unaffiliated English tailor’s shop separates the two locations, but a common antique frontage creates the impression of continuity.
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