Bergdorf's Wraps Men's Revamp

September 2012
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;9/5/2012, Vol. 204 Issue 48, p3
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The article reviews the 2012 renovation of the men's retail store Bergdorf Goodman Men in New York City, which sells luxury sportswear, clothing, and home furnishings, and describes the layout of the third floor, including separate sections for designers, accessories, and the shoe department.


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