NEW YORK — Everything is new when it comes to lingerie at the Saks Fifth Avenue flagship here: a new location; a fresh contemporary look, and a new divisional merchandise manager, Anne Caetano.
Unveiled in late August, the new ninth-floor area for foundations, daywear, sleepwear and at-homewear takes up 11,435 square feet, about the same square footage of its former home on the eighth level. Intimate apparel also shares real estate with hosiery, which is ensconced in 950 square feet at the back of the department. Formerly on the ninth floor were coats and swimwear, which are now housed on the eighth level. Petites continue to be on nine.
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