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There Goes Your Saturday

Barneys takes Brooklyn, Moncler plants a flagship, and nineteen more promising new shops.

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Big-Name Expansions


Barneys Co-op
194 Atlantic Ave., at Court St., Cobble Hill; no phone yet; October
The inevitable happens: Brooklyn gets a Barneys. The two-floor, 10,000-square-foot co-op.will make a play for Manhattanites by offering exclusive Alexander Wang and Marc Jacobs pieces.

Ralph Lauren
867 Madison Ave., at 72nd St.; 212-606-2100; late September
The famed Rhinelander Mansion will reopen as Ralph Lauren first men’s-only store Across the street, the 888 Madison Avenue location will be devoted to the designer’s women’s and home collections.

Cole Haan
128 Prince Street, at Wooster St.; 212-219-8240; mid-September
Hot-shot design firm Roman and Williams (the Standard, the Ace) tackles its first retail project for the luxe-footwear maker.

CH Carolina Herrera
802 Madison Ave., nr. 68th; 212-744-2076; late August
Herrera and her daughter, Carolina Herrera Baez, launch a lifestyle store feature clothing for men, women, and kids, plus suitcases and travel accessories.


Hermès  

Hermès
691 Madison Ave., nr. 62nd St.; 212-751-3181; mid-September
The store adds a 2,000-square-foot floor devoted entirely to leather, plus a new VIP area, where you can watch craftsmen restore bags and luggage.

A.P.C.
92 Perry St., at Bleecker St.; no phone yet; late Oct.
The upscale French basics brand brings its denim, leather, and shoe collections to a second location.

J.Crew Men’s
1040 Madison Ave., at 79th St.; 212-453-2677; August 24
The fourth men’s-only location includes a sizable section devoted only to suit suiting.

Rag & Bone
182 Columbus Ave., nr. 68th St.; no phone yet; October
Rag & Bone take its men’s, women’s, and shoe collections uptown for the first time.


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