• Alejandro ingelmo New york
  • Fans of Alejandro Ingelmo already know that he’s one of the few designers that matter when it comes to sky-high platforms. Ingelmo’s cozy boutique, opened in 2010, spares the bells and whistles and focuses on what matters. Glamazon styles in neutral tones dominate the sales floor, with criss-cross straps and architectural details that combine toughness and sensuality in a single pump. Quality is a must, and every detail is considered to ensure… More info
    51 Wooster St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10013
  • Fiorentini + baker New york
  • If you love a good distressed leather boot, then Fiorentini + Baker is the place for you. Quality Italian leather boots are the main attraction in this Soho store, with androgynous styles that have become the norm in New York City over the past couple of years. Boyish styles work for all seasons, like a studded ankle boot that would perfectly coordinate with a pair of denim cutoff shorts for summer or with your thickest jeans for winter. Thick… More info
    54 Mercer St , Manhattan, New York, NY 10013
  • Surface to air New york
  • International renaissance company Surface to Air makes fashion, music, art and film. Their spacious New York flagship store on Mercer Street feels like a well-dressed musician’s loft. Designed by the architect Federico Masotto after their original Paris space (which was opened in 2000), shoppers will find women’s and men’s clothing separated by a large shoes and accessories assemblage and a 3-d installation showing the latest photographed line… More info
    27 Mercer St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10013
  • In god we trust New york
  • The In God We Trust line launched in 2006 and has slowly evolved into a unified statement on how you should be dressing. In short, imagine Oxford co-eds carrying satchels and reading Chaucer to each other in the quad and you’ll get a sense of the kind of pieces In God We Trust has to offer. There’s definitely a vintage influence in smart Prince of Wales check pattern skirts and plaid nip-waist coats. The label is locally produced in New York’s… More info
    265 Lafayette St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10012
  • Blue in green New york
  • After spending many years in garment manufacturing and many years in Japan, Gordon Heffner and Yuji Fukushima opened Blue in Green. Located on Greene Street and specializing in Japanese denim, this south Soho gem is a must for any true denim connoisseur. If that sounds like you, then you probably already know the big difference between the way the iconic blue fabric is woven in Japan versus the United States: the denim boom never exploded in… More info
    8 Greene St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10013
  • Odin New york
  • Injecting a modicum of urbane, European manner into sturdy American menswear, Odin’s aim is to be trend-aware without wandering astray under the spell of fashion’s most capricious whims. A visit to the flagship Soho store quickly reveals an aesthetic cohesion grounded in appreciation of classic form with a focus on details that subtly differentiate and lend a contemporary feel. The staff boasts considerable knowledge about new designers and the… More info
    199 Lafayette St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10012
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