Bloomingdale’s will open pop-up shops featuring merchandise from trendsetting Parisian retailer PHM Saints Pères in early March 2016 at Bloomingdale’s flagship store in New York City, at the Beverly Center in Los Angeles and online at Bloomingdales.com.
The shops will present a perfectly curated selection of influential street wear brands such as Y-3, Spalwart and Hender Scheme, along with with innovative pieces from Junya Watanabe, Pierre Hardy and Commes De Garcon Play. Classic shirting from PMH founder Pierre Henri Mattout’s namesake line compliments the well-thought out offerings along with quality basics from Sunspel. A solid mix of shades from Mykita round out the temporary shops
“PHM is influenced by both New York and Paris; it’s for a man who wants to mix sportswear and high fashion with a little bit of street. He likes functional details and designer, but still contemporary,” said Mattout. “This is why I am excited to collaborate with Bloomingdale’s – it’s a landmark, but still has an interesting mix of menswear from luxury to more accessible.”
“We are excited about this unique collaboration and to introduce the PHM Saints Pères sensibility to the Bloomingdale’s guy,” adds Kevin Harter, Bloomingdale’s vice-president, Fashion Direction, Men’s & Home. “These pop-up shops, the first ever in the states, bring a number of new designers into the mix in our menswear world and offer a fresh take on men’s style.”