• Self edge New york (Clothing, Men's Clothing)
  • Self-Edge started in San Francisco’s Mission District in 2006, and three years later they set up shop in Manhattan’s Lower East Side on Orchard Street. Carrying a line of tough, raw, unwashed denim made for the owner to break in over time, this isn’t your average jean shop. Self-Edge brings to the U.S. the Japanese ideal of jeans, using high quality production the way garments used to be made, unlike the mass produced fare you’ll find elsewhere… More info
    157 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002
  • Freemans sporting club New york (Accessories, Hats)
  • Can’t stand chasing trends and fickle fashions, but love to stay in style? Then you should already be heading over to Freeman’s Alley, where a classic approach to menswear is the key to top-notch style for any man. The store tends to be bustling, with men of varied ages and sizes all lining up to try on the latest chino or gauzy cotton shirt, perfectly paired with a sharp pair of oxfords or loafers. The real story here might be in the suits, with… More info
    8 Rivington St, New York, NY 10002
  • Against nature New york (Accessories, Hats)
  • Can you never get enough of proper tailoring? Do you appreciate the lines of a made-to-measure suit? Then Against Nature is the shop for you. After opening in 2009, Jake Mueser and Ryan Matthew have attracted clients ranging from hedge fund managers to musicians who love the luxury of an afternoon spent perusing fabric swatches, debating lapel styles, and learning more about the bespoke tradition. Almost every piece is custom made in the… More info
    159 Chrystie St, New York, NY 10002
  • Project no.8 New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • How to dress the contemporary man? Too much fashion and he buries his head in the sand. Too little and he’s bored to tears. Luckily Brian Janusiak & Elizabeth Beer present the answer in Project No. 8. Eye-catching offerings by Aspesi are featured in bright yet wearable primary colors and flattering fits, while tissue soft tees by Adam Kimmel have the potential to turn you into a T-shirt and jeans kind of guy if you aren’t already. Outerwear… More info
    38 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002
  • Reed space New york (Accessories, Hats)
  • Reed Space has been around since 2002, and has grown out from being the spot for sneaker culture to a full lifestyle purveyor. Printed tees by Stussy and kicks by Converse, Adidas, and Clae are varied enough to provide the full gamut of the current streetwear market, along with specialty pieces carried exclusively by this boutique. Accessories like Oakley’s 25th anniversary eyewear collection fill out the space, which is stocked cohesively with a… More info
    151 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002
  • Odd. New york (Accessories, Jewelry)
  • In 2011, Judson Harmon was a 19-year-old who didn't identify with any of the stores in New York City. One evening his friend dared him to fill in the gap and open his own shop, and the next day he embarked on the creation of ODD, a retail boutique and style house that has since evolved into a multi-faceted operation that boasts a private label and an increasing number of exclusive collections from high-end designers. Judson curates a selection of… More info
    164 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002
  • Epaulet New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Well-tailored men will find plenty to wear at clothing shop Epaulet, located on Orchard Street in the Lower East Side and Smith Street in Cobble Hill. Started in 2008, Epaulet features its in-house brand, a mix of classic American shirts and trousers with a modern fitting. Sport coats and full suits, shoes made in Spain and jackets made in Italy are neatly organized by style and color for the straightforward shopper. The brand is gaining British… More info
    144 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002
  • Assembly new york New york (Accessories, Eyewear)
  • Where to begin with Assembly? Literally that may be the first thought you have when you walk through and wonder what to try on first. Exciting textures will have you drifting slowly through the store touching every item, stopping to covet graphic silk blazers by Risto or floral print cashmere knits by Jonathan Saunders. The store features menswear and womenswear, and surprisingly enough, is proficient in finding great looks for both sexes. Long… More info
    170 Ludlow St, New York, NY 10002
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