Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Neiman Marcus Attempts 'Retail Theater' With Its First NYC Store At Hudson Yards

Forbes
The competitive luxury market in New York is about to get even busier. The 112-year-old Neiman Marcus is set to open its first-ever namesake flagship on Manhattan’s West Side Friday as the anchor tenant at Hudson Yards, the largest U.S. private real estate development described as “a billionaire’s fantasy city.”

And that historical significance and potential promise isn't lost on Geoffroy van Raemdonck, the 13-month CEO of the luxury department store chain’s Dallas parent Neiman Marcus Group, which also owns the Bergdorf Goodman high-end emporium located on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue and Munich-based online fashion retailer MyTheresa.com. . . . more