Dior Homme is renovating and expanding in New York. The downside? They're closing their shop all summer long in order to do so. The store will be adding a 700-square-foot second floor, which will be home to tailored clothings and men's furnishings, as well as allow staff to provide specialized customer service for the brand's suiting.
Fans of Dior Homme's more casual offerings can still cop pairs of denim, sneakers, tees, and more on the ground level. If you need your high-end fix now, the company has opened a temporary store in SoHo, at 133 Greene Street, which will remain open until September.
Highlights of the pop-up shop include a centerpiece light sculpture by artist Robert Montgomery, which was chosen by Dior Homme designer Kris Van Assche. With Raf Simons preparing to take the helm as Creative Director at Dior, the renovated shop could be indicative of further changes within the brand. [WWD]
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