With our innovative and groundbreaking window displays, brands you’ll only find here, and Barneys XO collaborations, we pride ourselves on standing out from the crowd. And when it comes to sharing what sets Barneys apart, look no further than the latest issue of The Window, now available to pick up in any of our stores. Scroll on for a taste of what you’ll find inside.

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This season, our women’s magazine explores the increasing informality of fashion. Today’s fashion industry is being driven by social disruption and participation, rather than polished perfection. While there is no lack of depth—or luxury—to pieces we offer, it’s how you choose to wear our collections, to tell your stories, that we find most inspiring. With that in mind, the photographers we worked with on this issue aim to draw out the diverse personalities of their subjects.

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NINA RICCI Sleeveless Sequined Shift Dress / MOUNSER Circle Line Double-Drop Earrings
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MAISON MARGIELA Sequined Wool Melton Coat / MAISON MARGIELA Checked Wool Crop Top / MAISON MARGIELA Herringbone Wool Shorts

These candid captures, just shy of an outtake, go beyond a forced pose while retaining the beauty each woman possess. Whether it’s in the inclusive gender dynamics of Raf Simons’ debut Calvin Klein 205W39NYC collection, worn by HBO Vice producer Giana Toboni, or the figure-embracing Alaïa worn by the avant-garde singer songwriter Sevdaliza, the authenticity of all subjects this season is showcased.

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HBO Vice producer Giana Toboni wears CALVIN KLEIN 250W39NYC Houndstooth Wool Double-Breasted Jacket / CALVIN KLEIN 250W39NYC Houndstooth Wool Trousers
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Singer/songwriter Sevdaliza wears and ALAÏA Dress

The same holds true for men, where individuality and self-expression are becoming core values in men’s fashion. Craftsmanship, tailoring, and luxury will always be principal, but modern collections are meant to be styled with freedom. It’s a fine balance: breaking free from formality while maintaining traditions. But the clash is what makes it interesting—refinement finding rebellion, austerity embracing anarchy.

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CANALI Plaid Wool Flannel Two-Button Sportcoat / M. COHEN Gemstone Bead Bracelets / SUZANNE FELSON Silver Beaded Bracelet / BARNEYS NEW YORK Oval Signet Ring

Take the curator Jordan Watson, who brings art to the masses via Instagram. The labels he wears—Helmut Lang, Officine Generale—reflect his desire to create a cool accessibility based on what feels right to him. Or Canadian musician Daniel Caesar, whose deep cuts are creating a loyal fan base in the same way Willy Chavarria and Heron Preston are creating cult followings that will grow with their careers. Both men approach personal style with the same authenticity, intelligence, and sincerity they bring to their work, and people are taking notice. Embracing the freedom fashion provides to express yourself, to be yourself, is what will define the modern man.

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Curator Jordan Watson wears OFFICINE GENERALE Shearling Leather Bomber Jacket / OFFICINE GENERALE Cotton Seersucker Shirt / PURPLE P001 Distressed Slim Jeans / BUTTERO Oiled Suede Chelsea Boots / OLIVER PEOPLES Rockmore Sunglasses
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Musician Daniel Ceasar wears WILLY CHAVARRIA Colorblocked Tech-Piqué Track Jacket / WILLY CHAVARRIA Cotton Crop Drop-Rise Pants

Stop by any of our stores today to pick up your own copy today. Open The Window and take a peek inside—we think you’ll enjoy what you’ll find there.

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