Saks has unveiled a new 40,000-square-foot men’s shopping experience on the seventh floor of the Saks Fifth Avenue New York flagship and expanded its menswear merchandise online as part of an ongoing commitment to its men’s business.
“Our men’s business has experienced significant growth over the past several years, and Saks continues to be the destination that shoppers look to for the latest in men’s luxury fashion,” said Tracy Margolies, Chief Merchandising Officer at Saks. “While we remain focused on expanding our online offering and creating an unparalleled assortment of men’s fashion and accessories on Saks.com, our stores remain a crucial part of the Saks Fifth Avenue ecosystem. The new men’s floor in New York reinforces the power of the in-store experience and exemplifies Saks’ reputation as a fashion authority. We are excited to continue investing in the men’s category both online and in store through our exclusive partnership with the Saks Fifth Avenue stores to further solidify our position as the ultimate destination for men’s luxury fashion.”
The floor assortment includes an advanced designer and a contemporary ready-to-wear department offering more than 70 brands – 23 of which are new to the store – including sought-after names Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Balmain, Bottega Veneta, Burberry, CELINE, Dior Men, Dolce&Gabbana, Fendi, Givenchy, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Moncler, Palm Angels, Off-White (opening in February 2023), Saint Laurent Paris (opening in March 2023), Thom Browne, Valentino and Versace.
“As our men’s business continues to grow, we are excited to offer a reimagined shopping experience for our customers to discover the latest in luxury menswear at the Saks Fifth Avenue New York flagship,” added Louis DiGiacomo, Senior Vice President and General Merchandise Manager of Men’s at Saks.“This renovation is a testament to our continued focus on the men’s category, and we look forward to offering our fresh, fashion-forward perspective through the unmatched assortment available on the new floor and on Saks.com.”
Store exclusives include:
CELINE’s first shop-in-shop in the United States dedicated to CELINE HOMME
Alexander McQueen’s first concept shop designed by the brand’s Creative Director Sarah Burton in partnership with Chilean architect Smiljan Radic.
Burberry’s first concept shop in New York City reflecting the design of the brand’s Sloane Street flagship store in London.
Palm Angels’ first men’s shop-in-shop in the United States.
A centrally located Atrium space will showcase emerging designers and new-to-Saks brands on a rotating basis.