The third floor of Neiman Marcus Westchester recently underwent a facelift.
It was an exciting transformation earmarked for designers Brunello Cucinelli and Prada.
In December 2015, two separate shops were created in the luxury department store in White Plains, acting as the brands’ “home away from home.”
And giving birth to a new shopping experience for Neiman Marcus customers. Rather than simply browse clothing racks and shelves of accessories, clients can thoroughly engage in the distinctiveness of each brand.
Some of the focal points of Brunello Cucinelli’s shop are framed photographs of the designer’s native Italy. For Prada, the shop uses the black-and-white logo’ throughout, while mannequins sport some of the latest fashions in eye-catching prints.
Each shop features its Spring 2016 collection.
Patrons can fully immerse themselves in the brands’ individual collections as well. For Brunello Cucinelli, this includes a pastel palette grouped with basic neutrals and the exquisite juxtaposing of untamed fibers and refined details.
For Prada, spring welcomes just the opposite — an idiosyncratic mélange of graphic patterns and unexpected layers, sheer fabrics and three-dimensional embellishments, all united with color motifs of bright yellow, neon green, orange and brown.
And stripes. Lots and lots of vertical stripes.
For Brunello Cucinelli, think sophisticated. For Prada, think edgy.
But be sure to pay each shop a visit — and leave with a little something for yourself.
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