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Inside the First Flagship Store of George Zaharoff

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George Zaharoff, designer of fine tailored menswear and accessories, has opened his brand's first flagship retail store on Oak Street. The three-floor, 6,000 square foot location is also offering the very first Marilyn Miglin Institute.

The new store, designed by internationally renowned architect, Jordan Mozer showcases the Marilyn Miglin collection as well as Zaharoff's modern American lifestyle collection. Offerings in the store include tailored suits, sport jackets, trousers and shirts, neckwear, wallets, cufflinks and seasonal items.
· Zaharoff [Official Site]
· Marilyn Miglin [Official Site]