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Stanley Korshak Opens Cesare Attolini Shop

Stanley Korshak Opens Cesare Attolini Shop

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Cesare Attolini has launched an in-store shop at the Stanley Korshak specialty store in Dallas with a nearly century-long heritage in the premium men’s apparel and sportswear industry.

The shop formally opened its doors on Thursday night with a cocktail celebration held by Massimiliano Attolini, the company’s president and chief executive officer, and Crawford Brock, the store’s owner. Cesare Attolini will also organize a trunk show on Friday and Saturday, according to Enrico Libani, CEO of Cesare Attolini USA, to further commemorate the launch.

The shop has offered the item since 2019, and a spokeswoman for the company stated it “truly embodies what we represent at Stanley Korshak: timeless luxury and the highest degree of craftsmanship.” A little more than 300 square feet in size, the shop joins other men’s businesses, including Kiton, Brioni, Cucinelli, Isaia, Santoni, and others. The store is located on the first floor.

Cesare Attolini, the premium Neapolitan men’s apparel and sportswear company with a nearly century-long heritage has launched an in-store shop inside the Stanley Korshak specialty store in Dallas.
On Thursday night, Massimiliano Attolini, president and chief executive officer of the company, and Crawford Brock, the store’s owner, gave a cocktail gathering to mark the shop’s formal opening day. Cesare Attolini will also organize a trunk show on Friday and Saturday, according to Enrico Libani, CEO of Cesare Attolini USA, as part of the celebrations for the grand inauguration.
Stanley Korshak has been carrying the brand since 2019, and a spokeswoman for the company stated it “truly encapsulates what we offer at Stanley Korshak: timeless elegance and the highest level of craftsmanship.” With a total floor space of little more than 300 square feet, the shop will be housed among other men’s businesses in the store, such as Kiton and Brioni as well as Cucinelli and Isaia, as well as Santoni and Santoni.

The brand, according to Libani, has already developed a presence in North America, even though it took Cesare Attolini 20 years to achieve momentum there. Additionally, in addition to the store at Korshak, it has had an in-shop boutique at Bergdorf Goodman’s men’s department in New York for the last six years. It has a 2,400 square foot store on Madison Avenue, inaugurated in 2012. The company also operates a shop located in the Bal Harbour Shops in Florida.

According to Libani, the establishment of the in-store boutique will solidify and further strengthen the company by providing a more significant assortment of items and outstanding customer service. “Cesare Attolini and Stanley Korshak have formed a successful partnership over many seasons,” he added.
The Bal Harbour shop outperformed the other stores in the United States during the epidemic, when the New York store was forced to shut, according to Libani, and the business is still doing well now. However, the economy in New York is beginning to recover, and he hopes to return to pre-COVID-19 levels by 2022.
Apart from that, Libani said that the company intends to extend its footprint to the West Coast shortly and build a shop in that region of the United States. “We started with the Eastern seaport,” he said, “but we’ll be moving on to the Western seaport.”

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