• Missing link New york (Clothing, Men's Clothing)
  • Michael Rodriguez’s store is truly one of a kind. The cufflink connoisseur has been in the business since 1997, and over the years has amassed one of the most impressive collections of cufflinks, tie bars and tuxedo studs in New York City, if not the world. This space is a must stop for any dapper gentleman accustomed to a cufflink shirt or tuxedo. Rodriguez offers just about any style imaginable, from novelty oversize cufflinks to classic… More info
    40 W. 25th St, New York, NY 10010
  • Ernest alexander New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • It started with the the vision of a perfect men's bag. One that struck the balance between rugged and refined - hardy enough to withstand the wear and tear of busy city commutes, yet chic enough to tote around the urban fashion mecca of New York. Ernest Alexander pursued that vision, and once he accomplished it he broadened his scope to an entire collection of bags, shirts, clothing and accessories created with that same balance in mind. The… More info
    98 Thompson St, New York, NY 10012
  • C.h.c.m. shop New york (Clothing, Men's Clothing)
  • CHCM was founded in 2008 in a Clinton Hill apartment, but the menswear shop soon outgrew its online presence and demanded a brick and mortar location for its growing collection of hip urban clothing and accessories. Today the shop shares a space with a design studio in SoHo and offers over twenty-five different labels from all over the world, specializing in classic and contemporary menswear from Europe, Japan and the United States. There is no… More info
    2 Bond St, New York, NY 10012
  • 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
  • Save khaki united New york (Clothing, Men's Clothing)
  • Save Khaki was established with a goal to “bring new life to menswear basics.” After consulting for casual clothing powerhouses like GAP and J.Crew, designer David Mullen opened his first shop in 2006, designing the gamut of casual menswear: V-necks, chinos, cotton/wool blend undershirts and totes. Their Greenwich Avenue location in the West Village is a tiny, straightforward outpost for men’s basics. Their airy NoHo location on Lafayette… More info
    317 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10012
  • Save khaki New york (Clothing, Men's Clothing)
  • Save Khaki was established with a goal to “bring new life to menswear basics.” After consulting for casual clothing powerhouses like GAP and J.Crew, designer David Mullen opened his first shop in 2006, designing the gamut of casual menswear: V-necks, chinos, cotton/wool blend undershirts and totes. Their Greenwich Avenue location in the West Village is a tiny, straightforward outpost for men’s basics. Their airy NoHo location on Lafayette… More info
    112 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10011
  • Atelier new york New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Atelier New York offers a predominantly monochromatic approach to modern menswear in Manhattan. In shades of black, grey, and white with a seemingly endless supply of paper-thin leathers, structured jackets, and distressed boots, Atelier New York is a one of a kind destination for a very specific urban aesthetic. Carol Christian Poell, m.a+, Boris Bidjan Saberi and Julius are just some of the unique brands the boutique stocks. Fabrics are… More info
    210 11th Ave, New York, NY 10001
  • Rag & bone New york (Accessories, Eyewear)
  • Rag & Bone has just about everything for the contemporary wardrobe. The brand’s current bestseller is the colorful skinny jean, made in every shade from bright turquoise to cherry red. Designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville started their line in 2002 and quickly developed a following for their highly covetable leather jackets. Now the brand has begun to include more directional fashion pieces like distressed print dresses and utilitarian… More info
    100 Christopher St, New York, NY 10014
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