Neiman Marcus & Bergdorf Goodman
The first Neiman Marcus store was opened in Dallas, Texas in 1907 with a simple but ambitious intention—to fashionably clothe the women of the Southwest. At the same time, Bergdorf Goodman was making a name for itself in New York City by liberating women from the restrictive clothing of the day—even going so far as to expose the ankle.
For over a century now, Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman have remained focused on delivering a level of service commensurate with their renowned assortment of luxury goods. Recognized as the premier luxury retailer dedicated to providing customers with distinctive merchandise and superior service, The Neiman Marcus Group operates 41 Neiman Marcus stores across the United States and two Bergdorf Goodman Stores in Manhattan.
1901: Herman Bergdorf and Edwin Goodman go into business together at the Bergdorf Goodman Tailor Shop.
1906: Edwin Goodman purchases the store from Bergdorf and moves it to the present-day site of Rockefeller Center.
1907: The first Neiman Marcus store opens in Dallas, Texas.
1914: Bergdorf Goodman becomes the first couturier to offer ready-to-wear fashion.
1928: Bergdorf Goodman moves to it's present location, the former Cornelius Vanderbilt Mansion
1957: NM Houston is the first Neiman Marcus store to open outside of Dallas/Fort Worth
1990: Bergdorf Goodman men opens up across the street from the main store.
2007: Neiman Marcus celebrates its 100th anniversary
2010: The 41st Neiman Marcus store opens in bellevue, Washington
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