Luxury Retailer Hermès Paris Opens Store In New Jersey

Luxury Retailer Hermès Paris Opens Store In New Jersey

Hermès Paris, the renowned French luxury design house, has expanded its presence in the United States with the opening of a new store in Short Hills, New Jersey. Located at 1200 Morris Turnpike, Space A-201 in the Short Hills Mall, this elegant retail space offers customers an exquisite shopping experience. With a phone number of +1 973 376 6843, the store is easily accessible for inquiries and appointments.

As of February 10, 2023, Hermès operates 40 retail stores across the United States, with California boasting the highest number of locations at 8 stores, accounting for 20% of all Hermès retail stores in the country. Globally, the luxury brand had 303 retail stores in 2021, showcasing its strong presence in the high-end fashion market.

The largest Hermès store in the world can be found at 706 Madison Avenue, New York City, spanning an impressive 20,250 square feet. This flagship store is a testament to the brand’s commitment to providing exceptional products and services to its discerning clientele.

For those interested in purchasing a leather bag from Hermès, it is important to note that an appointment is required at least one day in advance. However, for other items such as lifestyle accessories, home furnishings, perfumery, jewelry, watches, and ready-to-wear, no appointment is necessary, although customers may have to wait if the store is crowded.

In Paris, appointments are only needed for purchasing leather bags or quota bags at Hermès. For other departments within the store, customers can shop without an appointment.

With the addition of the Short Hills location, Hermès continues to solidify its position as a leading luxury retailer in the United States and around the world. Offering a wide range of high-quality products, Hermès remains dedicated to providing an unparalleled shopping experience for its esteemed clientele.

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