Peter Millar is partnering with Andrisen Morton, the high-end Denver men's wear store, to open a boutique at the Broadmoor Resort in Colorado Springs this fall.When the shop opens in September, it will mark the second collaboration between the two companies.The Peter Millar store will become part of an upscale collection of shops at the Broadmoor. It will feature a walnut interior accented by burnished brass and will carry the brand's tailored clothing, soft sport coats, sportswear and performance apparel.“The Broadmoor provides the highest level of service in every experience for their visitors, from their accommodations and services to their activities,” said Scott Ruerup, president of Peter Millar. “We are proud to open a new store at their resort with Andrisen Morton, who also share those values of service and quality that they have shown throughout their history.”Craig Andrisen, co-owner of Andrisen Morton with Dave Morton, said: “We have witnessed the brand continue to evolve with us and our customers since we began carrying the line in our own shop and are excited to introduce [it] to visitors from across the country at The Broadmoor.”The store will be Peter Millar's 11th in the U.S. and its second in Colorado. The other is located in the Cherry Creek North development in Denver, which opened in December 2015. It is also in partnership with Andrisen Morton.Peter Millar is a division of Compagnie Financière Richemont S.A.
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