These new experiences will be sure to leave you with some reimagined classics to elevate your stay-at-home apparel.
Dior’s chic pop-up is an experience not to miss.
Dior launched its first exclusive pop-up boutique focused around the timeless Chez Moi capsule collection. Located in Soho, the quintessential loft-style space will remain open through March 19 and include an array of womenswear and home collections, designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri and artist Pietro Ruffo. The Paris-based label’s unfading refinement makes for an alluring loungewear collection that can be worn like fine art both indoors and out. Traditionally ethereal in its sultry hues of blue and reinterpreted toile de Jouy prints, the pop-up also features select sweaters, pajamas, ponchos and accessories detailed with floral and zodiac emblems. 109 Greene St., dior.com
BARNEYS AT SAKS
Barneys at Saks is Barneys’ modern revival.
Saks Fifth Avenue just unveiled two Barneys at Saks locations. Following a year of challenges for the emblematic retailer, one of the new stores is located on the fifth floor of Saks New York’s flagship in Midtown, along with a stand-alone shop in Greenwich, Conn. Acquired by Authentic Brands Group, Barneys’ store openings were originally halted due to the coronavirus pandemic but have become a thrilling reality within the first quarter of 2021. The New York location opened Jan. 15, with the Greenwich location making its debut 10 days later. 611 Fifth Ave.; 200 Greenwich Ave., Greenwich, Conn., saksfifthavenue.com
French luxury menswear label Berluti has moved to a new Madison Avenue location fit to satisfy your leather lust with handcrafted shoes and fine, ready-to-wear goods. Nestled in the skyscraping Fuller Building and next door to the Four Seasons Hotel, the Berluti Madison flagship is proving to be a hit for its predominant clientele of jetsetting men. Owned by LVMH, Berluti’s third Manhattan location is sleek and contemporary, with rustic stained-glass paneling and deep mahogany tones. Berluti’s lineage of meticulous craftsmanship is even prominent in the store’s modernist aura, designed to pay homage to the city’s art deco history. 45 E. 57th St., berluti.com