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Photos: Ermenegildo Zegna
Luxury menswear store Ermenegildo Zegna has officially opened its two-story, wool mill-inspired boutique in the Design District. It's is based on the brand's Milan store, designed by Peter Marino, the legendary retail architect who recently redesigned Bulgari's Bal Harbour boutique and currently has an eponymous exhibit at the Bass Museum of Art in South Beach. There is menswear abound and some artwork, because this is the Design District, and an artsy touch has almost become a requirement for stores in the area. Full gallery after the jump.
It's classic rosewood and mahogany cabin meets industrial gun and bronze metal factory. On the first floor you'll find the Upper Casual and Z Zegna collections, accessories, leather goods, fragrance and eyewear. Upstairs you'll find Zegna's Sartorial collection, as well as a dedicated room where you can personalize your Ermenegildo Zegna attire. This is also where you'll find the store's artwork- a piece titled "Lentamente azzurrato" by Ettore Spalletti, who was commissioned to design distict pieces for the brand's many retail locations.
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