The Best Men's Clothing Stores in New York

The Best Men's Clothing Stores in New York

 

Jeans, jacket and a pair of trainers. Well actually, it’s not quite as simple as that. Take a look at any New York street style profile and you’ll see just how well dressed the men of New York are these days. Tailored, casual or hipster, they know what they’re doing, and in New York there’s no such thing as an off-day. Of course, this might have something to do with the excellent array of clothing outlets dedicated to kitting out all the male New Yorkers, whatever the occasion. Check out our favorites below.

 

  1. Cadet

    When Brad Schmidt and Raul Arevalo found their niche in menswear for American-made casual, they decided to "go for it." Noticing a need for clothing that struck a balance between over-the-top urban chic and rugged coal miner…

    46 N 6th Street, 11249 Brooklyn

  2. The Quality Mending Co.

    If you're into vintage, you'll be into The Quality Mending Co. This Prince Street mainstay has been offering a killer collection of menswear and accessories since opening in 2003, and continues to restore and reinvent timeless…

    15 Prince Street, 10012 New York

  3. Wolves Within

    Bethany and Max Vogel both come from the beach, and it shows. The married co-owners of Wolves Within have brought a little coastal flavor to Greenpoint, self-designing their shop with heavy raw wood and steel elements and adorning…

    174 Franklin Street, 11222 New York

  4. Ernest Alexander

    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…

    98 Thompson Street, 10012 New York

  5. Epaulet

    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…

    231 Smith Street, 11231 Brooklyn

  6. Palmer Trading Company

    After years of collecting and selling vintage items found on condemned properties near their home in Palmer, Massachussets, partners Willy and David opened Palmer Trading Company in November 2010 in a former Sullivan Street…

    137 Sullivan Street, 10012 New York

  7. Save Khaki

    Designer David Mullen, who used to consult for casual wear brands such as the GAP and J. Crew, opened Save Khaki in 2006 with an aim to "bring new life to menswear basics." Their small Greenwich Avenue shop in the West Village…

    44 Greenwich Avenue, 10011 New York

  8. Epaulet

    The menswear brand Epaulet opened in 2008, offering an eclectic mix of clothing for the modern New York male: an in-house brand of well-tailored shirts and trousers, sport coats, full suits, Spanish-made shoes and Italian jackets…

    144 Orchard Street, 10002 New York

  9. Henrik Vibskov Boutique

    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…

    456 Broome Street, 10013 New York

  10. Atelier New York

    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…

    210 11th Ave, 10001 New York