Located on the mall’s second-floor veranda, the 8,500-sq.-ft. store puts a California spin on the brand’s preppy, nautically-inspired heritage. A sunlit glass façade and a central skylight draws natural light into the space. The interior décor includes nostalgia-oriented custom art pieces and graphic prints. A 1964 Volkswagen Bug adds to the atmosphere.
Design: Tommy Hilfiger Store Planning, New York
Architect: O'Neil Langan Architects, New York
Millwork and store fixtures: Daniel DeMarco & Associates, Amityville, New York