By  on June 7, 2017

For 10 years, Thom Browne approached the real estate company located next door to his men’s store at 100 Hudson Street about taking over the space for a women’s store. “Real estate was doing really well,” said Browne, who doesn’t know why the business finally gave up the space recently. But he’s glad they did.

On June 6, Browne opened his first women’s flagship in the U.S., a roughly 2,000-square-foot unit that’s connected to the original men’s store, which opened in 2006, through a passageway. “It was always supposed to mirror what the men’s store has been,” said Browne of the women’s shop, which was built out with buff-colored, custom-poured terrazzo floors and gray Bardiglio marble walls. “I always refer to it as a midcentury American bank or office building.”

To continue reading this article...

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus