Bottega Veneta opens its first men’s store in NYC

After its magnanimous store in China, news has it that Bottega Veneta recently opened its first men’s store in New York City on Saturday, April 28th at 23 East 67th Street and the 1,661 Square foot townhouse space will cater with pure leather goods, luggage, shoes, tailored clothing, furnishings, and sportswear amongst others. Custom-made like every other Bottega Venetta showroom, this store also features its signature leather door handles and canapé sofas with a quiet seating area with wood flooring at the back of the store. In response to a high demand last fall, Bottega Veneta created 50 different “informale” men’s bags, limited edition of course, with a new Made-to-Measure program. With the same they also announced of a bespoke service where shoppers can have their bags or accessories initialized. Now that’s marketing!

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With an aim to offer men a more engaging shopping experience, we think this also might be an ovation for nearly 30 percent of Bottega Veneta’s total sales come from its Men’s section. Although at this time there is no mention of further plans to open additional men’s stores, the six-sense meters says there are more to come. Never underestimate the fashionista’s intuition.

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