• 3x1 New york (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • 3x1
    The ultimate denim shop in Soho, 3x1 on Mercer Street is a sleek custom jeans manufacturer catering to high-end clients with unique specifications (think NBA stars, tall athletes, celebrities). With over 140 types of raw salvaged denim sourced from mills in Japan, Italy, and the United States, 3x1 carries the largest selection in the world. Make an appointment for the Bespoke process to have your very own pair of custom jeans ready in as little… More info
    15 Mercer St, New York, NY 100013
  • Surface to air New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • 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, New York, NY 10013
  • Henrik vibskov boutique New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Copenhagen artist and designer Henrik Vibskov opened his U.S. flagship store on New York’s Broome Street in 2011, growing from the original 2006 shop located in the “Soho of Copenhagen.” A graduate of Central St. Martin’s in London, one of the world’s best art and design schools, Mr. Vibskov applies his Nordic and Scandinavian avant-garde vision to create clothing influenced by art. Having achieved major success as an installation artist… More info
    456 Broome St, New York, NY 10013
  • If soho New york (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • Few boutiques in Manhattan make more of a commitment to full frontal fashion than IF Soho. Opened by Jeanette Bird over 25 years ago, the IF Boutique epitomizes the clothing of choice for the sophisticated, art-minded type we’ve come to except of Soho. Challenging fashion is unabashedly displayed on IF’s rails, with stunning runway creations by the likes of Comme des Garçons, Dries van Noten, and Haider Ackermann. Smartly cut asymmetrical coats… More info
    94 Grand St, New York, NY 10013
  • Billy reid New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Even before Billy Reid won a design prize from the CFDA, critics were already hailing him as the next Ralph Lauren. The designer’s two floor store feels like a modern mansion, with touches that echo his roots in Florence, Alabama, where Reid’s design studio is based. The menswear is preppy yet modern, like in a patchwork plaid jacket or bold check shirts. The fitted, tailored clothes are easy to incorporate into any wardrobe, and made-to-measure… More info
    54 Bond St, New York, NY 10012
  • In god we trust New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • 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, New York, NY 10012
  • Blue in green New york (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • 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, New York, NY 10013
  • Kisan New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Olivier Brémond and Thorunn Anspach opened their first retail space in Iceland in 2005, a quirky shop brimming over with comfort clothing, funky home décor, and whatever else struck their fancy. Finding quick success, the pair opened Kisan Concept Store in 2008, their first stateside enterprise, filling it with items that give a playful nod to their home city of Reykjavik. The space is stocked with hard-to-find items from around the world made by… More info
    125 Greene St, New York, NY 10012
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