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With 2015's best shopping destos already nailed down, we predict next year's list will include Culver City's Platform. The luxury lifestyle center, set to debut at Hayden Tract next spring, is also landing high-end menswear boutique Magasin, reports Business of Fashion.
It's the first-ever retail endeavor by Bloomingdale's men's fashion director (and bonafide street style star) Josh Peskowitz, who's partnering with industry vets Christophe Desmaison and Simon Golby to create a store geared towards "well-informed American [men]," reports the online pub. "The store will be stocked like a full, interchangeable wardrobe — lots of unstructured tailoring, plays on proportion, plays on pattern," Peskowitz explains to the site, "but it's about taking all those things and putting them together in a way that still feels like they're very polished."
Like a wonderland for Sartorialist superfans, the shop will be dominated by "under-the-radar, yet highly sought-after casual tailoring and sportswear labels" like Engineered Garments, Massimo Alba, PT101, Salvatore Piccolo, and more. The boutique joins eyewear star Linda Farrow, luxe retailer Curve, Velvet by Graham & Spencer, athleisure shop Kilter, and SoulCycle, among others at the buzzy development.