• Shinola New york
  • From the Motown-inspired music to the white washed brick walls, there’s no doubt that Shinola is American. The TriBeCa shop offers a selection of watches, bicycles, journals, shoe polish and various other items - all manufactured in Detroit. The choice to base production in the Motor City was carefully made; it’s a globally recognized icon with a long and rich heritage of craftsmanship, manufacturing, music and industry, and Shinola incorporates… More info
    177 Franklin St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10013
  • Missing link New york
  • 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 Booth LL108, Manhattan, New York, NY 10010
  • Seigo neckwear New york
  • Seigo feels like a well-kept secret the moment you walk inside. At first touch you can tell the difference between ordinary poly-blend silk ties and Seigo’s 100% percent Japanese silk neckwear. Opened in 1991, the brand has been strongly and surely attracting all types of clients for decades, luring them in with quirky color combinations in ties, suspenders, umbrellas, and bowties. Polka dots, brocades, stripes, and checks are mixed and matched… More info
    1034 Lexington Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10021
  • Ad hoc New york
  • Austin Davila his retail career making leather dog collars adorned with miniature bow ties. Today he still makes them, but he is also running Ad Hoc, a menswear store featuring an eclectic mixture of new and used clothing, accessories and odds and ends. Austin expanded his leather line to include belts that he fashions himself in his workshop, and hopes to continue adding new products continuously. His wares come from diverse sources and places… More info
    135 Wyth Ave, Brooklyn, New York, NY 11211
  • J.j. hat center New york
  • New Yorkers who feel that the city isn’t what it used to be will find hope at J.J. Hat Center. Selling hats since 1911, J.J. Hat Center is the oldest hat shop in NYC. In its current location on 31st Street and 5th Ave for the past 22 years, J.J. Hat Center is one of those places that make you feel like you’ve stepped into a time capsule. With interiors lined in the original woodwork, high ceilings and a wall-to-wall selection of hats, they do it… More info
    310 Fifth Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10001
  • The hat shop New york
  • Not a hat person? You’ve never tried the Hat Shop. Opened in 1995, Linda Pagan has stocked a wide and varied selection of designers in her charming and colorful boutique. While most department stores aren’t equipped to properly provide the best hat service, Pagan’s shop takes you through every step of the process from first infatuation to sizing, trimming, and hat care. Almost every hat can be made to order, with lots of fedora, bowler, and… More info
    120 Thompson St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10012
  • Pippin vintage jewelry New york
  • In 2003, Rachel and Steve Cooper started a mission to fill their 17th Street vintage jewelry shop with rich, timeless objects full of history and beauty. Peeking into Pippin Vintage Jewelry today, it seems they have succeeded. Pippin—named for a family dog—carries tray after tray of vintage earrings, cufflinks, necklaces, bracelets and rings in gold, silver, and less expensive metals as well as those set with every imaginable stone. Besides a… More info
    112 West 17th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10011
  • J.d. fisk New york
  • Ludlow Street is a haven for trendy, contemporary boutiques that epitomize New York’s fresh fashion scene, and J.D. Fisk is one of the few that has the distinction of offering that neighborhood flair for men. Before working as a designer professionally, Joel Rich had a longstanding adoration for impossibly expensive footwear that left him scheming to devise a more readily attainable brand. Rich had been working for the iconic women’s footwear… More info
    159 1/2 Ludlow St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10002
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