Paul stuart reopens boutiques

by Stephen Garner

Paul Stuart is getting back to business as it has announced the reopening of its retail stores in New York, Washington, D.C., and Chicago.

Closed since March due to COVID-19, the stores and everything inside of them have been completely sanitized in preparation for the store’s reopening. The stores will have protective materials available to all customers who visit. While the doors are open, sales personnel will continue to assist shoppers who are not able to visit in person with phone orders, storefront pickup, free shipping, and hand delivery to a customer’s address.

“We couldn’t be happier to make this long-awaited announcement,” said Paulette Garafalo, CEO of Paul Stuart. “After closing our stores in March, we are thrilled to finally be welcoming our many customers back with new summer styles for men and women that we are confident will inspire. Paul Stuart has emerged from this crisis with a renewed mission to provide the ultimate in luxury clothing and service to consumers both in person and on our e-commerce website.”

Over the last 80 years of its existence, the company has survived many difficulties in our nation’s history including wars and financial disruptions. As the company looks ahead to the future, it is more confident than ever that with its talented team of designers and loyal customers, the brand will endure and thrive.

Garafalo added, “We look forward once again, to welcoming everyone back to Paul Stuart.”

One Reply to “PAUL STUART REOPENS BOUTIQUES”

  1. I’m so glad that you guys are back as I’m sure your customers in NYC, Chicago and Washington are as well. Hope you have great business !

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