Agnès Andrée Marguerite Troublé returns to nabe where she launched her first international boutique way back in '83. Exposed brick interior suitable for hanging paintings... read more
West Coast style gets a toehold in SoHo. Cast iron boutique focuses on fashionable casuals for both men and women. Beachy keen influences show up in easy to wear sweats, sweaters, T's, and carg... read more
Cali denim dudes bring a truckload of jeans to the Limelight Marketplace. Rustic little loft makes the most of stained glass once belonging to the Holy Communion Episcopal Church. Reclaimed barn ... read more
Classic American preppy meets urban for durable downtown looks. Emphasis on oxfords and unwashed denim for men; cute, simply cut tent dresses for women. Village location swings toward the specials:... read more
Lower Broadway’s “Sneaker District” gets a major-player flagship. Largest agglomeration of Converse soles on planet Earth. Jumbo Old Glory made out of Chuck Taylors will get you i... read more
Two levels of prime High Line-proximity retail snatched up by Levi's for premium denim. Higher end goods allow shoulder rubbing with neighboring MePa cool kids Stella McCartney, Tory Burch, and Dia... read more
Generican Eagle spreads its wings with a downtown counterpart to its new Times Square superstore. Soho spot fills three-level, 20,000 square foot space with oodles of hoodies, graphic T's, and base... read more
Kim, Kourtney, and Khloé take a break from, um, whatever it is that makes them famous to set up a third branch of their trendy boutique. Glam looks suited to L.A. and SoBe predecessors. Alic... read more
L.A.-based boutique brings eclectic but savvy selection to Nolita. Designer labels like Slow and Steady Wins the Race, Zero + Maria Cornejo, Lauren Manoogian join covetable in-house line. Pieces pu... read more
They come by the hundreds for Cali streetwear line. Punk, surf, skate, and hip-hop in the DNA. Hats, hoodies, graphic T’s. Fleece and flannel for that East Coast thing known as “winter.... read more
Starting out, Rag & Bone felt more like a menswear line with some equestrian-inspired duds for the ladies, but that's so not true anymore. With colorful, sophisticated looks, women's line is th... read more
Two stories of blacks, whites, and grays from British ram skull enthusiasts. Industrial vibe, with distressed surfaces, loads of old sewing machines. Denim for the lads, vintage-inspired dresses fo... read more
Like the sugary cereal the name evokes, hooks from the very first bite. Soho destination for dedicated dressers who are beyond trends or runway looks and instead seek designers with unique POVs. Cu... read more
Swiss clothier gets back to its U.S. roots with vintage extravaganza. Hits the retro thing hard for the Rugger label, raiding archives for re-releases of plaids, short-sleeves, sweaters, slacks. Cl... read more
Style hub for the sophisticated young woman. Most mature branch of the Urban Outfitters empire brings rural charm to retro looks. Floral patterns and costume jewelry well-matched to rustic home a... read more
Pop-up specialist sets down roots (literally: check out the arching live-plant walls in the center of the room). International collective retailing up-and-comers. Stone-washed biker shorts by Mary ... read more
Borderline sexy/trashy, in that just-got-out-of-the-club-in-South-Beach kinda way. Vibrant colors, short hemlines, and Saran Wrap-fit dresses -- "modest" is not in Bebe's dictionary. Party frocks f... read more
Summer of '69 lives forever inside dedicated Gap store. Big black 1-9-6-9s, just in case you're a little hazy on the theme. New jean line comes in seven cuts for men and six for women, all with wal... read more
NYC flagship of UK brand inspired by Japanese graphics and vintage Americana. Ah, globalism. Big store rocking industrial vibe, showcasing Abercrombiesque looks, with abundant use of brand lo... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...
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Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...