by on February 7, 2019
When Nordstrom opened its first store in Manhattan last April—a three-level, 47,000-square-foot men’s store located at 57th and Broadway—the retailer set a new standard for experiential luxury.   GQ called the Men’s Store “an accurate portrait of what a successful department store looks like in 2018”—a feat when longstanding Lord & Taylor and a brand-new Saks Fifth Avenue were plotting store closures in the city. The New York Times lauded the store’s assortment: “The range in products o...
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