Harvey Nichols London has completely redesigned the 28,000 square feet space on the two lower ground floors which are dedicated to menswear. There are now seven specialised boutiques in the space that cater to different dress codes in a man’s wardrobe: international designer, denim, off-duty, tailoring (including a cool curved shirt bar), contemporary, accessories and shoes. The shop-in-shop concessions have been removed.
A new personal shopping suite, complete with ultra-modern wing-back armchairs and two huge changing rooms spins off the tailoring room, where a team of style advisors will be able to cater to your wardrobe wants.
The mix includes 270 brands spread over the two floors, including 50 brand new ones and exclusives especially imported for the launch – including Caseley-Hayford’s made-to-measure tailoring service, Soulland denim, a capsule collection from Tiger of Sweden and a one-off 31 piece sand coloured collection courtesy of Dockers. There’s even a machine from The Left Shoe Company in the tailoring department that will scan your foot in 3-D to ensure you get a perfectly fitted pair of Oxfords.
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