Gilt Groupe to Unveil Full-Price Men’s Retail Site, PARK & BOND This Summer

Gilt Groupe is a daily stop for me and I am a frequent shopper of the site, along with Gilt City. They present an amazing array of products on sale and a woman can really get herself in a bind if she has a shopping addiction.

The online sale giant is now venturing into the world of full-price retail with its new men’s fashion site, PARK & BOND. It will launch in late summer and will give men all they need in terms of style including clothing, accessories, lifestyle pieces and how men can wear the products in their daily lives. The name takes inspiration from Park Avenue and Bond St. which every New York City resident knows are two of its most stylish and iconic. The site looks to combine both classic and timeless fashion with contemporary and cutting edge designers.

PARK & BOND already has 80 brands signed up to launch with the site and there is no doubt that every menswear designer will want to get on board: Alexander McQueen, Paul Smith (a runway look shown above), Etro, Isaia, N. Hoolywood, A.P.C., Neil Barrett, Thomas Pink, Theory, Brooks Brothers, Florsheim by Duckie Brown and many more. If your man likes luxury, this will be his new go-to shopping destination for sure.

“Moving into the full-price retail space is the natural next step following the runaway success of Gilt MAN. Men shop differently than women, and PARK & BOND is designed with their needs in mind. Men are increasingly taking charge of their own wardrobe decisions and we aim to give them the tools to continue that trend—to outfit themselves without going ‘shopping'”. – John Auerbach, General Manager of Gilt MAN and soon-to-be President of PARK & BOND

Visit www.parkandbond.com to sign up now.

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