Saks Fifth Avenue Revamps Menswear Department to Become Stand-Alone Lifestyle Store


Saks Fifth Avenue is making sure that there are just as many options for men as there are for women in Beverly Hills.

The luxury department store has recently undergone a massive renovation, creating a stand-alone menswear shop called The Fifth Man.

So what are the changes that have been made inside its 54,000-square-foot, four-level LA location?

According to WWD, it houses the largest men’s shoe collection on the West Coast, including hand-made Kiton shoes for more than $3,000 and haute brands like Del Toro and Martin Margiela.

There’s a revamped Armani shop, a new Hugo Boss Red Shop and a dedicated, 2000-square-foot boutique for Saks’ private label.

Last but not least, there’s D-Bar, a new underground denim bar which is a place men would actually want to hang out while they shop. It features a pool table, cocktails, street art by Karl Clay, a neon light installation and a John Allans hair salon. Haute brands on offer include AG, Hudson, J Brand, Joe’s and Rag & Bone.

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