Savile Row's Richard James opens first U.S. location in New York City
Located at 461 Park Avenue, the 2,260-square-foot New York store offers a variety of ready-to-wear items like suits, shirts, socks and shoes as well as a small selection of exclusive fabrics in the label's signature range of eye-popping colors, from pastel mauve to ochre. Prices range from $32 to $950, while in-store bespoke services can create custom suits starting at $4,999.
The store's interior design was conceived by UK design practice Andy Martin Architecture, the same company that designed the Richard James Mayfair location in London.
The Savile Row tailor comes to the U.S. after selling a majority stake to American real estate and film industry entrepreneur Charles S. Cohen in 2017.
According to a New York Post report, the label plans to open more locations throughout the country in the future.
Founded on Savile Row in 1992 by Richard James and business partner Sean Dixon, the luxury suit label was launched with the intention of making "classic men’s clothing of exceptional quality [that pushes] boundaries through color, cut and design," according to the Richard James website.
In addition to its physical locations, shoppers can also buy from the label on its online platform.
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