Neiman Marcus Unveils
‘Store of the Future’ in Fort Worth

Gallery | The 95,000-square-foot store in southwest Fort Worth is the most technologically advanced store in the company’s history.

Neiman' Cowtown purse

Neiman Marcus unveiled its store of the future Friday with high-tech mirrors that can snap images in dressing rooms and the makeup counter, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.

Memory Mirror in the Cusp Contemporary department.

The Dallas-based luxury retailer opened the 95,000-square-foot store at The Shops at Clearfork project in southwest Fort Worth. It’s the most technologically advanced store in the company’s history.

The dressing room mirrors take 360-degree images so customers can see outfits from every angle. And they can alert employees if they need clothes in another size or color.

The smart mirrors send the images to the customer so they can share it on social media to get input on what to buy.

There is free mobile charging and a digital jukebox. The store is also loaded with artwork from artists such as Frank Stella and Henri Matisse.

“Neiman Marcus Fort Worth promises to deliver the perfect balance of innovative technology with the service and incomparable fashion and luxury that has been the signature of Neiman Marcus for 110 years.” said Karen Katz, President and CEO of Neiman Marcus Group, in a release.


Photos: Jason Voinov for Neiman Marcus 

Neiman Marcus exterior.

Neiman Marcus exterior.

Fine Apparel department, second floor.

Ladies shoes, first floor.

Evening wear with Memory Mirror, second floor.

The Man’s Store, first floor.

The Man’s Store, first floor.

The Fragrance Room.

The Fragrance Room.

Gifts & Home department, second floor.

Designer Jewelry & Precious Jewels Salon.

The cosmetics area.

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