I was in Neiman Marcus today and was a bit surprised to see that there is a Magnanni for Neiman Marcus line. One shoe is worth mentioning: a cherry red lace-up with dark burnishing in the toe. A really nice-looking shoe that seems to be similar in quality to the regular Magnanni line.
If you're able, have a look at the shoes they make for Bergdorf Goodman as well, both the Magnanni for Bergdorf Goodman and BG-branded shoes that say "made in Spain" and look like Magnanni. These tend to be their top-of-the-line products and are a cut above the Neiman Marcus stuff (but that's just my opinion). I have a pair of "Magnanni for BG" single monks in burgundy with an austerity brogue pattern. Thicker, sturdier sole than standard Magnanni shoes and with the closed channel they often use on the Seleccion-tier shoes. I also have a pair of BG-branded shoes that are clearly Magnanni. They are identical to the Magnanni model "Tiron" from a few years back, albeit with a slightly rounder toe. Made to look like big, heavy English country brogues with a thick leather sole. Both these are standard Blake construction rather than the Bologna construction Magnanni tends to favor for their mid-range stuff. The big brogue is made to look like it's welted and I was indeed fooled...for about 5 seconds till I looked inside and saw the Blake stitching.
Admittedly, there really isn't much by Magnanni at BG at the moment but that might change by next season.