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Tommy Hilfiger closing New York City, Miami stores

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Fashion designer and Greenwich resident Tommy Hilfiger has closed his 22,000-square-foot global flagship store at 681 Fifth Ave., and will close another store on Collins Avenue in Miami on April 28.

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Tommy Sport activewear. Photo via usa.tommy.com

Daniel Grieder, CEO of Tommy Hilfiger Global and PVH Europe, told WWD: “In line with our strategic objective to further reach and engage with digitally savvy North American consumers, we will focus on next-generation retail experiences and partnerships to stay ahead of today’s continuously changing shopping habits and preferences.

“Leveraging our store-of-the-future concepts rolled out in the global retail landscape, going forward North America will be the lighthouse region to develop and test new modular, digitally-infused retail concepts,” Grieder added.

Other big-name stores that have left Fifth Avenue over the past few years include Polo Ralph Lauren, Lord & Taylor, Abercrombie & Fitch, Henri Bendel and The Gap.

 

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