WHP Global made a deal last week to buy the brand for $115 million.
The men’s store was founded in 1947 and run by the third generation of the family.
Winston will absorb nearly all of the 2,000 people that work for Randa’s Market Connect Group division.
Other retailers such as Saks, The Webster and Dover Street Market are also seen as possible options.
The men’s wear retailer is reportedly negotiating with brand management firms to sell the business and license the name back for Men’s Wearhouse.
The president of Jos. A. Bank had been with the company for a decade.
The French men’s wear label was purchased by SMCP Group in September.
The Rochester store was expected to operate at a loss in fiscal 2019.
Brioni, Chevignon and Woolrich will all celebrate birthdays at the show.
The artisan leather goods brands has created a motorcycle vest and hunting jacket for its Bleecker Street store and online.