Designer Pierre-Henri Mattout opens two pop-up stores in the USA
Pierre-Henri Mattout spent eight years in New York, first as Creative Director for ready-to-wear apparel at Victorinox (from 2008 to 2011), then in charge of design for the Calvin Klein Platinium line. He returned to Paris last year to open his first concept store, PHM Saints-Pères, at 50 rue des Saints-Pères.
The store features a directional range, influenced by streetwear and sportswear, from sneakers to tech apparel, from exclusive shirts to new interpretations of bespoke couture. From March 2016 the concept will be exported to New York and Los Angeles via two pop-up stores inside Bloomingdale’s, as well as on the www.bloomingdales.com website.
"A true creative streak inspired by the Bloomingdale's mood," according to Kevin Harter, Vice-President of Fashion Direction for menswear and home decoration, and "a positioning that weaves together Paris and New York, in perfect sync with the department store, offering, as PHM does, a range that combines exclusivity and accessibility," said the French designer.
In detail, the pop-up stores will reveal part of the PHM Saints-Pères range, notably the street vibe of Swedish sneakers Spalwart, Hender Scheme from Japan, Pierre Hardy's Parisian inspiration and limited editions by Puma.
As for ready-to-wear apparel, the stores will feature creative brands such as Junya Watanabe Man and Comme des Garçons, basic apparel from Sunspel and the classic shirts range by Pierre-Henri Mattout for PHM Saints-Pères.
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