Big-Name ExpansionsBarneys 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Arrivals From ElsewhereMoncler
90 Prince St., nr. Mercer St.; 646-350-3620; early September
The legendary Italian outfitter makes its New York debut with a 2,400-square-foot space in Soho. The brand’s line of nylon and puffy down jackets is joined by high-end collections by Giambattista Valli and Thom Browne.
Creatures of Comfort
205 Mulberry, nr. Spring St.; no phone yet; mid-September
Jade Lai replicates her Los Angeles boutique in Nolita, where she’ll showcase exclusive collaborations with buzzy designers United Bamboo, Rachel Comey, and VPL.
717 Madison Ave., at 63rd St.; no phone yet; mid-September
A subsidiary of India’s largest department store takes over a 5,000-square-foot swath of Madison Avenue.
238 Mulberry St., nr. Prince St.; 646-792-7835; just opened
The San Francisco-based bike brand’s second shop stocks weatherproof messenger gear and offers same-day deliveries via Cycle Hawk bike messengers to Manhattanites who buy online.
438 W. Broadway, nr. Prince St.; 917-691-0012; September
In its first U.S. foray, the 18-year-old Romanian shoe company brings sky-high heels and boots to a leather-paneled space in Soho.
655 Madison Ave., nr. 60th St.; no phone yet; September
Swiss jeweler (and ex-wife of singer Phil) Orianne Collins launches a boutique selling jewelry, but also cosmetics, books, music, men’s accessories, and art.
509 Madison Ave., nr. 53rd St.; no phone yet; mid-October
Italy’s answer to Swatch, these neon plastic-and-leather watches (about $200 to $500) have graced the wrists of everyone from Michelle Obama to Mario Batali.
Local LaunchesJ. D. Fisk
159 Ludlow St., nr. Stanton St.; 212-475-0565; October
Dolce Vita, purveyor of club-readyfootwear, is shuttering its lower-priced, 300-square foot DV shop and reopening with a new men’s spinoff in its place.
Everbrite Mercantile Co.
351 Van Brunt St., nr. Wolcott St., Red Hook; no phone yet; September
Brooklyn jewelry designer Mollie Dash is turning her web business into a 1,000-square-foot store, with her own pieces sharing shelf space with décor and accessories from Kiel Mead and Design Glut.
429 W. Broadway, nr. Prince St.; 212-219-0910; October
The Italian kitchen remodeler’s first stand-alone store will house nearly 10,000 square feet of custom cabinetry and fixtures.
831 Madison Ave., at 69th St.; 212-988-0560; September 7
Coach’s former creative director launches his first eponymous boutique, studded with lavish cashmere and leather pieces.