To compliment their women’s wear flagship on Madison Avenue in New York, this September, Lanvin plans to open its first men’s-only boutique in the states.
According to WWD, the location measures in at 3,500 square feet and boasts three floors; enough space to feature the brand’s full men’s collection and made-to-measure suits.
Lanvin’s very own master tailor will be flown in once a month from Paris to cater to bespoke suiting customers.
In addition to the new digs in NYC, Lanvin men’s wear will also be available in a new location in Chicago. The boutique is scheduled to open in October with women’s ready-to-wear and accessories to be sold out of the location as well. Creative director, Alber Elbaz, will aid in the décor of both boutiques.
Other men’s-only locations include three boutiques in Hong Kong and one on Savile Row in London. It was just a matter of time before NYC was added to the list as a place for gentlemen with fine tastes in suiting to have their very own Lanvin destination.