Along with exclusives from Burberry, Drake’s, Paul Smith, Turnbull & Asser and more, also included in the round-up for him are Farrell, Flying Horse Jeans, Marwood, and Wolsey, all of which are making their American debut exclusively at Bloomingdale’s.
Women can bring their own taste of Great Britain into their wardrobe via exclusive capsule collections from designers such as AllSaints, Karen Millen, Reiss, and Ted Baker.
She’ll also be able to show off her British love affair with UK-inspired exclusives from Aqua, Quotation, Wild Fox, and more. Ladies can accessorize with exclusives from designers like Burberry, Kardinale, The Cambridge Satchel Company, and others.
The retailer also put a British spin on the iconic reusable “Little Brown Bag.” Even her lingerie can celebrate the UK with the launch of L’Agent designed by Penélope and Monica Cruz for British favorite Agent Provocateur. As a special treat for the British loving beauty buffs, Bloomingdale’s will be the exclusive U.S. department store launch for the UK’s own Illamasqua.
Boys and girls can go back-to-school in style with British inspired fashions from Aqua, Hunter, Kiddo, me.n.u, Trunk, and more.
And for the home, shoppers can achieve a British flair with exclusives from Fringe and William Yeoward, along with other décor pieces from Alessi and Royal Doulton, just to name a few.
Bloomingdale’s also will be celebrating the phenomenon that started the American’s love for all things British – The Beatles. Together with both Apple Corp Ltd and The Beatles, Bloomingdale’s will offer a one-of-a-kind assortment of men’s merchandise to celebrate 50+ years of “Beatlemania.”
With the help of Ben Sherman, Hardy Amies, Lily and Lionel, Ted Baker, and dozens of others, shoppers will be able to scoop up new collectables inspired by the beloved band.
Look for Beatles pop-up shops in select stores which will also feature some of the greatest books honoring The Beatles that were hand-selected by Mark Lewisohn, the world's pre-eminent Beatles historian and author of TUNE IN, which will be released by Crown Archetype on Oct. 29 and available in select Bloomingdale’s.
Also in October, Bloomingdale’s will partner with Esquire to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the British Invasion and the seismic impact The Beatles have had on the world with special roundtables hosted by Lewisohn.
Esquire, the authority on men’s style and culture, will create four invite-only events at the Paley Center for Media in New York and Los Angeles in partnership with Hardy Amies, Kent & Curwen, and Ted Baker. Along with Lewisohn, the evenings will feature additional distinguished speakers, and will focus on the Fab Four’s legacy through their music and films.
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