Harvey Nichols is set to reopen its menswear department at its Knightsbridge store next month, after a nine-month overhaul of the 28,000 sq ft space.
Harvey Nichols room six tailoring
The refurbishment of the menswear department, which occupies the two lower ground floors, is part of a masterplan that will see the entire London store renovated over the next four years. Menswear was temporarily relocated to the fourth floor during the nine-month renovations, and will move back on April 7.
The space will echo the new concept that made its debut in Birmingham last year, featuring a collection of ‘specialised boutiques’ where each room has its own design.
It will have a new dedicated menswear entrance on Seville Street and feature 270 brands encompassing international, contemporary, casualwear, tailoring and accessories, of which 50 are new.
The luxury department store has collaborated with more than 20 brands to create capsule collections for the launch, including Japanese contemporary brand Modified, UK tailoring label Casely-Hayford and streetwear label Rochambeau.
The department will also house a barbers and a new contemporary café.