There Goes Your Saturday

J. Crew Men's ShopPhoto: Courtesy of J. Crew, NYC

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.

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.

HermèsPhoto: Courtesy of Hermès of Paris

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.

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.

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.

Dr. Martens
148 Spring St., nr. Wooster St.; no phone yet; October or November
The combat-bootmaker continues its comeback via collaborations with Opening Ceremony and Sanrio, and a new Soho flagship.

Soigné K
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.

ChromePhoto: Courtesy of Chrome

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.

Orianne Collins
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.

98 Greene St., nr. Prince St.; 212-334-9600; September 10
Globe-trotter Randi Jacobson’s boutique packs in designer clothing from the likes of Thierry Mugler and Alexis Mabille.

Reed Krakoff
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.

There Goes Your Saturday