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Brooks Brothers opens its second largest US store
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Oct '13
For nearly 100 years, the Brooks Brothers flagship store has stood proudly at 346 Madison Avenue in New York City.

It’s a testament to the heritage and tradition of Brooks Brothers, America’s oldest retailer and the first to offer this country’s shoppers a ready to wear selection including seersucker, madras, the non-iron shirt and the original button-down collar.

And now, Brooks Brothers is proud to introduce the addition of their new namesake store at Union Square, San Francisco. The 26,000 square foot space makes Brooks Brothers Union Square the brand’s second largest US store.

Taking inspiration from the Madison Avenue locale, the four level store will feature full collections of men’s and women’s clothing including Supima cotton shirts and pants, a shop-in-shop for the Fleece children’s collection as well as the collegiate Red Fleece and Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers collection designed by Thom Browne. The Union Square store will also include a coffee bar, lounge area, pool table and many antique fixtures.

The new San Francisco flagship represents the culmination of over 70 years of Brooks Brothers Bay Area retail. In fact, the brand first opened its sales doors in San Francisco in 1939.

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