NEW YORK — Ermenegildo Zegna is a company that embraces its history, and those roots show in every nook and cranny of its revamped store here.
Last week, the Italian luxury brand threw open the doors to its Peter Marino–designed “global” flagship at 663 Fifth Avenue, between 52nd and 53rd streets, a three-level, 9,600-square-foot shrine to the house of Zegna. Although the store has been in that location since 2004, it has been expanded to include a third floor and completely rebuilt to enhance the selling experience.
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