Manhattan Fashion - Men
This store started life as a formal wear supplier and the name, Ted's Fine clothing stuck, but despite a few tuxedos and dress shirts remaining the attire here is anything but formal. Rock music related tee shirts are the main thing on display.
This upscale German clothing store carries mens' dress shirts and ties to match every one. Blazers and sweaters are also available and custom made shirts can be ordered and delivered within a two month period.
This chic boutique shows that what is good for the goose is good for the gander too. For trend conscious men the link between Rock & Roll and fashion is played out in this Soho store.
This store is for the sneaker loving public who often skateboard too! The theme is all butcher shop so clothing and shoes hang from meat hooks and refrigerators display tee shirts. Skateboarders old and new will also enjoy the decks on offer and the gear to go with them.
Only a Spanish company could get away with or even succeed with a name like Skunkfunk in the US. The style is a combination of urban punk with a little contemporary fashion flare of the 21st century.
This brand is known around the world for fashionable beach-like clothing. Polo shirts, khaki pants and blazers are a staple of the men's wear section while the women's wear can be a little more off the wall with girly dresses and blouses.
Nolita's Barker Black embodies all that is the aristocratic and eccentric Englishman. The store is the creation of a former designer for Ralph Lauren and his brother and it adds a modern twist to the old image.
This fashionable brand started life in 1955 as an underwear and military supply company. It developed into a sporty leisure wear store in the 1980s and today has a quirky appeal with some bright accent trims and a more trendy feel.
Luxury mens' suits are the forte of this Midtown east location. Since 1938 the company has dressed the bigwigs, big chiefs and pillars of society with their stylish, high quality menswear and accessories.
Prohibit comes from Tokyo Japan and offers a trendy view on the urban man about town's wardrobe. Its main seller is Japanese selvage denim which is woven on old-school looms (like those used to make Levi’s 501s). This means they are coated with something that gives them durability and stiffness.
Designer and owner Robert James built the shelves in this Lower East Side store. Casual yet stylish men's wear including tee shirts, jackets, ties and pants all with contemporary flare grace the displays.
This French designer wear store has a strong organic philosophy as well as an ultra modern chic style to its men's and women's clothing line. It is located in the Soho area of Manhattan on Wooster Street.
A men's haberdasher in the traditional sense with a very contemporary outlook on design and style is Luigi Borrelli. In the 1950s this Italian company started to bring the family clothing line that had been the domain of the Italian royal family historically, to the retail market and eventually to Manhattan.
This menswear store is located below Eleven stitches on Prince Street in the Nolita area of Manhattan. It carries unusual shirts that sport vintage adornments like buttons and collars but are made from a cotton mainstay.
Decks, clothing and other equipment and accessories for the skateboard junkie are all here at this Nolita area store. Bright colors and hip designs adorn the boards and the clothing.
Seize sur Vingt started life in 1998 making made to measure suits for both men and women. At its current location in the Plaza Hotel, it carries shirts, suits, sports wear and shoes for the sophisticated business man or woman looking for luxury and style.
Established in 2004 this store carries items of function that have special little details that make them unique. The inspiration comes from uniforms and work wear to make the designer clothing practical but stylish.
This Italian designer has been in the luxury clothing business since the late 1970s. Knitwear with cashmere that is exceptional in quality are its specialty but its also carries other casual clothing and accessories.
This boutique for men is the place for those seeking luxury with practicality and modern yet with longevity. The store is in the West Village area of Manhattan near 10th Street.
This brand was established in 1856 and developed a tradition and name as an upper crust outerwear retailer. The signature colors and patterns have been skillfully updated and now sport themselves on bikinis, tight jean pockets and skateboards as well as the traditional rain wear.
This British invention brings the true tradition of London's Saville Row suits for gentlemen and charmers to Nolita, New York. With old style English tailoring and a hip edge to design and color the suits walk out of the store.
What happens when a New York lawyer spends a significant amount of time vacationing in Ibiza? They open a store that features the floaty yet sexy white dresses, tops and pants that one pictures on beaches and relaxing in ocean side tavernas are on offer at this Soho boutique.
This Italian design house store hosts the distinctive MaxMara clothing in a three story location on West Broadway in the Soho district. The very high end styles appeal to the business execs and trend conscious shoppers of New York.
Men looking for the best in tuxedos and black tie attire need look no further than this Midtown West store. Whether its a wedding, prom, ball, Bar Mitzvah, reception, opening, cruise or other occasion the essential outfit can be rented here.
This Honolulu based designer store offers fashion items for men and women. It carries eyewear, handbags, jewelry, men's shoes, menswear, swimwear and women's shoes.
Streetwise dudes hang out in this store taking in the home brand clothing line Subware. It come in all shapes and sizes of pant and tops and the store also carries baseball hats, bags, shoes and skateboard decks.
This brand started life as German ski wear and is now an international fashion line. The store in Tribeca focuses on outerwear, sports clothing as well as casual gear for both sexes and the high end collection.
For those who follow the activities and career of P Diddy aka Mr Sean Combs this store offers a range of sport oriented casual and stylish apparel with his name on it. It is located on 5th Avenue in the Midtown East district of Manhattan.
Hugo Boss is a German brand that offers stylish elegance in its formal wear and suits for city gentlemen and business men. It also has the kind of style that is cool and trendy to appeal to a younger, hipper shopper.
If fashionable shirts that button down are on the shopping list then this store would be a good stopping off point in the Soho area of Manhattan. The brands signature colors are purple and silver and so too therefore is the decor of the store.
The Japanese-inspired designs of retired tattoo artist Don Ed Hardy were bought and used in this unique clothing. Young urbanites and celebrities alike flock to this mecca of style.
Primarily a gentleman-about-town's domain, this store also carries some women's clothing and shoes. It carries all the fundamental accessories the discerning gent could need from cuff links to wallets.
This retail store has a large open feeling and a reputation for denims as well as other modern trends and fashions. Clothing and accessories for men and women are available.
Coming from a street background the founder of Element brings the a raw feel to this skateboard and street clothing store. all the decks, wheels and accessories as well as some cool gear hang out in this store.
This mens' wear store has a distinctly lounge like feel to it but offers only wool suits, jeans, jackets and the like for trendy male shoppers. It is located in the lower or basement level on Ludlow Street in the Lower East Side of Manhattan.
Amoskeag XX celebrates the origins of denim with jeans and clothing that are tough and practical yet elegant and have a designer feel. Each pair of pants is created from scratch and the store caters mostly to men.
This is the young and trendy side of Hugo Boss and appeals to those new stylish gents who walk the streets of New york City. This location in Soho showcase the designs that have a European flare and a youthful elegance.
This boutique in the Lower East side used to be a wine store and it has tried to keep the upbeat fun environment as part of its theme. The mens' wear section feature Japanese designers while the women's is mostly from a New Yorker.
This British shirt maker that has 'By Appointment to HRH The Prince of Wales', that is Prince Charles to brag about has been in the business since 1885. This does not mean it is out of date by any means.
This traditional gentleman's store has an up-to-date feeling with sporty apparel for the newly invented urban male littering the first floor. Suits still dominate the lower level floor so the business oriented man can keep up appearances at the office.
This brand has progressed from its humble roots in Australia as simple beach attire to a world wide recognizable clothing line. It is available at this brand named store featuring casual wear for men and women.
Targeted primarily at men this store provides standard polo and crew-neck tee-shirts as well as seersucker blazers and commuter raincoats. Shoes and other fashion accessories are also available.
This Italian company carries fashionable and stylish clothing that has a trendy used feel despite its less than used price tags. The Replay logo is sewn onto a number of higher end items like jeans, patched sweaters, shirts and boots.
This British brand carries an array of hip and trendy clothing for both men and women. Snug fitting sweatshirts and cashmere sweaters are a standard along with jeans and baseball caps.
Charles Tyrwhitt originated in London in 1986, England and makes high quality, elegant men's shirts. These include traditional oxfords and formal evening shirts in an unimaginable range of colors.
Jaeyoon Jeong, a Korean designer, opened this Nolita store in Manhattan in 2009. Casual, yet chic attire graces the shelves and racks of the store including button down shirts for men in white, butter yellow and pink and mod tank dresses for women.
This boutique carries a chic line of casual attire that has a hint of the Peruvian heritage of its owner. Located on 8th Avenue , in the West Village, it also has a small women's collection on display.
Those who love denim and all that is associated with the unique material and the jeans its made into should consider a visit to this Chelsea store. Vintage denimre-worked is the signature but also available are distressed jackets and tee-shirts, hoodies and belts.
This store began as the idea of a pair of gentlemen from Rochester in 1899. It produced classic menswear for business men. Cashmere sweaters and wool suits as well as attire suitable for golf clubhouse are all on display here.
This men's wear boutique opened its doors in 2008 and caters to the urban dweller who would like a little flair in their no-fuss clothing. The store is decorated with cobble stoned flooring, dark paneling and exposed industrial metal pipes and brick.
Custom designed suits, often slim fitting, are the order of the day at this small 3rd Street store. The ready-to-wear items include trim vests, dress shirts, and close fitting men’s suits in wool or cashmere.
Formal attire for men is the signature of this Midtown east store. Italian suits in either ready-to-wear or custom made form and ties and dress shirts to fit the city gent to a tee are also available.
Chic and elegant clothing for both men and women in the traditional style of India are on display here. Mens' kutras, shawls, pashminas and cashmiris as well as belly-dancing costumes and home furnishings like pillow cases, curtains and bedspreads are also available.
With over 10,000 fabrics designs to choose from the city and country gentleman will be spoiled for choice at this Manhattan store. Custom designed and tailored suits, shirts and all wardrobe accessories are available here.
This Soho store has incorporated the origins of the artsy district by designing its store like a gallery showing off its artistic creations. This then attracts the artsy community to enjoy the apparel.
This shop specializes in shirts for both men and women. It carries elegant dress shirts, cotton and silk creations and tuxedo shirts for men. These custom shirts can be wrinkle free and always have a high thread count to ensure durability.
Paul Smith is a British designer who combines old style fashions with modern flecks and flicks of color. As well as stylish suits the store, on Union Square, carries jeans and more casual attire.
This Upper West Side store opened in 1984 bringing the Kangol hat brand across the Atlantic from the UK to Manhattan. It now features newsboys, trilbies and scull caps as well as a few clothes and accessories.
Urban street fashion is available at this store with classic sports oriented pieces like tee shirts, striped zip up tops and baseball hats. Footwear forms a big part of the Puma brand wear.
This hip and trendy jean focused store provides young 20 somethings with denim in the latest fashions and styles. The Upper East side store also carries tee shirts, pajamas and party dresses.
This Japanese company has a range of casual street wear for the trendy New yorker who wants A little fashion style from the Asian nation. Jeans, tops, shirts, hats, belts and bandanas.
The emphasis in this store is on European designers like Boudicca, Bless and Maison Martin Margiela. Fashion clothing, under wear, fountain pens and vintage items from Europe are available.
This Japanese based store was introduced to New York in 1987 at this Soho location. It is a mostly men's store and carries some off the wall items in its minimalist atmosphere.
This store was a trail blazer of its kind in 1989 when it opened. Street wear was its forte then and now and it still carries silkscreen print tee shirts, Levis vintage brand and other brands from Japan.
Business men and women will enjoy the styles and cuts on offers at this Battery Park or financial district area store. Shirts, ties and mens' fashion accessories are all on display here.
These elegantly tailored and made to measure business and casual suits for men are the brainchild of one of the store owners. After trips to Asia and seeing the art of a tailor made suit for relatively low prices he uses the principle here at this Lower East side store.
This store is a grown up version of a skateboarder and surfers paradise. Board shorts, sweatshirts and cargo pants are interspersed with collared shirts and plaid too. Lots of tee-shirts with dramatic graphics as well as logo sporting wallets, bags and luggage are also available.
Clothing designs from this German based fashion design company are n display here at this Soho, Manhattan store. Sophisticated and elegant clothing for the mature man and women about town are the forte.
Ralph Lauren is a designer brand that usually appeals to the upper crust who lay polo and go yachting. This is a rugged line of clothing that might bring out the cowboy in those who like the sporty looking apparel.
This out-there designer wear for men with an aggressive casual edge to it is available at this Bleecker Street store in the West Village. The stylish trend-setting men of New York will enjoy this look.
This store originates from Japan and is compared to the Gap. It does have a range of clothing that is decent and well made but won't set fashion followers on fire as the variation lies in color and material rather than style.
This Nolita store carries clothing that is vintage inspired. Customers wanting a little 1960s chic and style might find jeans, shirts or trousers that fit the bill here.
Stylish elegance in a sporting setting is what is available at this Ralph Lauren store. Ladies and gents of the country setting will enjoy the trendy and luxurious collections.
Built by Wendy was founded in 1991 and gained popularity for Wendy's unique guitar straps. The designer's store now carries denim for men and women, pop-culture T-shirts and sportswear too.
This store carries young urban street wear including jeans, hoodies, sneakers and boots. Brand names on the shelves include Adidas, Nike, Diesel, Puma and Timberland.
Some might call it harsh, it is distinctive, but others revere the goth-style wear in Richard Owens store on Hudson Street in Soho. The designs are dramatic and look like they could feature in a Lord of the Rings movie with black, full length layered and leather items on display.
Italian designer Ennio Capasa has had this boutique on Mercer Street in Soho since 1986. It continues to bring his upscale street clothes including distressed leather items and pencil skirts. Shoes are also available at the back of the store.
This patterned and colorful underwear for men comes from the tennis star of the 1970s and 80s. Fans of the tennis ace will appreciate the decor of the store that pays him due homage.
A modern casual look with some hints of the exotic are the watchwords here at this West Village menswear store. Fashion items as well as influences from India bring a stylish elegance to this collection.
British designer Andrew Buckler shows off his elegant designs including Skinny Bastard and Sexy Bastard jeans. The store has a minimal feel with a casual shopping and browsing environment.
Any trendy young dude who likes BMX will feel like they have died and gone to heaven at this Lower East side store. Sneakers including Nike, SBs, Dunks and Air Jordans line the walls as well as handlebars, peddles and the like.
With the latest and greatest fashion designer brands on display at this Harlem store customers will enjoy the trend setting collections. Brands featured include 7 Diamonds, Diesel, The Denim Factory, Nicole Miller and Miss Sixty.
Invisible Man comes from a California designer and carries a selection of jeans, tee-shirts and hats. The causal, contemporary store is located in the East Village area of Manhattan.
Men looking for designer wear at vastly reduced prices could try out this vintage and used clothing store on Greenwich Avenue in the West Village. Vintage labels include Valentino, Yves Saint Laurent, Courreges and Christian Dior and the clothing dates from the 30s through to the 80s.
Billionaire Boys Club and Icecream are two brands brought together in this flagship store in New York. Contemporary to the point of futuristic this store is worth a look just for the decor including an ice-cream bar shaped sofa.
With a few locations in large cities across America store brings a casual, athletic trendy look to the men who browse and shop here. Diesel, Ben Sherman, Levi and Rock and Republic are just a few of the jeans brands on offer.
This store does carry casual outfits and gear for men but its also has a collection of attire that is more suited to the office. Accessories like belts, cuff links and watches as well as colognes by Kenneth Cole, Lacoste and Polo are also available.
French Corner opened in Soho in 1991 and brought almost exclusively French branded clothing to the area. It now carries a range of designer wear from all over including in-vogue, snappy and stylish jeans, tops and pants.
This Brazilian store has a very relaxed and casual atmosphere depicting images of surfing and snowboarding alongside a city lifestyle. The clothing lines reflect this with some south American flair added to the whole mix.
Since 1916 this mens' haberdasher has suited the elite gentlemen of each generation in smart, fashionable and stylish clothing for all occasions in the social and work calendar. Famous named customers are there in its history.
This designer brand began life in 1926 in Italy and only came across the pond to the Upper East Side venue in 1986. The stylish upper crust gentleman will enjoy selections of suits, sportswear, shoes, hosiery, coats, pajamas and underwear.
The attitude and lifestyle that comes from this street wear store is a vibe of humor and going against the grain. Brand names like Converse, DC, Tokidoki and puma assist in this slightly rebellious approach to life and clothing.
The sexy side of being an outlaw or bandit is the opportunity to visit stores where one fit right in, like Motorcycle Federation. With a motorbike theme this store has leather clothing, doc marten boots, all kinds of studded belts and other accessories that would fit the true rebel.
The coolest and trendiest shoppers in New York might find this store interesting if they were looking for causal urban wear like tee-shirts with ultra graphic designs. It is located on Spring Street in the Nolita area of Manhattan.
Casual wear in the form of denim, jeans and tee shirts is available at this Upper East side store, an outpost of the California based company. The store has a couple of locations in Manhattan.
This shirt company is detail oriented and has been serving the Midtown East community of Manhattan since the late in 1980s. As well as dress and sport shirts it also carries ties, suits, blazers, knit wear and accessories.
Quiksilver is a sporty urban wear brand that provides trendy and relaxed clothing for men and women. Sometimes associated with surfers the store carries hoodies, jeans, sweatshirts, tee shirts and shorts
This company was established in 1978 and began life producing cashmere clothing in a converted 14th century castle in Italy. The store, on Bleecker Street, now stocks luxury sportswear, silk dresses, polo shirts and flannel blazers as well as as cashmere goods.
Big Drop for men, located in the Upper East side of Manhattan, is similar in style to the original Big Drop store for women. It has stylish but casual men's wear including trendy denims and tee-shirts.
For those gentlemen, business men and general well-to-do types this place offers and quirky environment that is based on a 1950s style office in which to shop. It is located on Hudson Street in the Tribeca area of Manhattan.
This store carries one of a kind fashion items and attire for men and women. These come from around 40 local and international designers of clothing, jewelery and accessories.
Right on the fashion pulse of the High Street is this aptly named store. Trends for men and women including denim jeans, tee shirts and sneakers are available. The store carries brands like The North Face, Lacoste, Timberland and Diesel.
This high fashion menswear store carries off the rack three piece suits and dress shirts in over 350 different colors. Customers can arrange a private appointment for assistance with coordinating the whole wardrobe.
This store is the only source of French designer wear from Emile Lafaurie for men. It carries stylish suits for business and more formal occasions, ties that make a statement that is bold but not flashy and casual wear that could fit in at a modern trendy middle of the road boutique.
Street wear is the name on the clothes at this Washington Heights store with brands like Diesel, G-Star Raw and Supra gracing the racks and shelves. Music, fashion and art give this place a unique urban feel.
Casual and sporty are the fashionable clothes on the shelves at this Nolita Lafayette Street in Manhattan. Hoodies, zippers, sweatpants and jeans as well as beanies and backpacks are available.
Street wear is the genre of clothing and footwear on the shelves at this lower East side store on Chrystie Street. There are tee shirts and sneakers that come from the Netherlands, Japan, Norway, Germany and Finland.
Elegant men's clothing and accessories is the theme of this store, just a short distance from Chelsea. It has a large warehouse feel with stone floors. Items available include vests, button-downs, sport jackets and sweaters.
Gentlemen and those with refinement will enjoy the traditions upheld at this Nolita district store. The family behind the store have been involved in suit making since the 1940s and it take pride in the fact that all its attire is created locally.
This trendy designer label store supplies both men's and women's casual clothing. These include party dresses, working gear and beach wear as well as shoes and accessories.
Any fashionable business man could find the perfect tailor made suit for several different occasions at this Midtown west store. Ready to wear are also available and LS Men's Clothing features brands like Hickey Freeman, Burberry, Southwick, and Copley.
This designer label has poise, elegance, quality, self assurance and a high price tag which means it is sought after by the best dressed men around town. Located on fifth Avenue it has formal wear and accessories for men too.
This store brings the designs of J Lindeberg to Soho in Manhattan. The designer was the co-creator of the Diesel brand but now focuses on a simple, striking men's clothing line.
This Meat Packing district store has much to offer the designer denim conscious fashion shopper. High end jeans in all kinds of shapes, sizes and dimensions adorn the shelves here.
This company began its venture into the the fashion world in 2002 by learning all about jeans. The standards adhered to here mean they are simply producing well made stylish denim pants that fit well.
This Italian fashion company was established in the 1940s and continues to be run by the same family. Beautiful clothing designed for beautiful people, well at least the tiny bikinis must be.
This British based designer wear store was founded in 2002 and is inspired by traditional clothing and modern street wise fashions. Collections for men and women are on display at the West Village store.
This Dutch brand began life in 1989 and is edging its way into the highly competitive area of fashion denim. Jeans that are raw, edgy but maintain much of the American tradition have allowed G-star to develop and this Nolita store opened in 2004.
This up market store was originally a New York haberdashery and men's wear store but now also carries women's wear and children's clothes. It has been frequented by movie stars and presidents for its elegant classic designs.
20 Peacocks has a warmly lit environment in which to shop for Italian influenced shirts, ties and cuff links. It is also possible to order specific custom made sizes and designs.
This upscale tailor and shirt maker is an import from Shanghai. It provides ready-to-wear shirts for men that stretch the pocket for some but most of its clientele opt for made to order using pockets with no bottom.
Hip and stylish men and women's clothing hangs from the racks and on the manikins at this West Village store. The designs on the tee-shirts and cashmere sweaters are what people flock here for and they constantly change.
This is the kind of store that brings gents flocking when they're dressing up for a special occasion. Accessories that dress up and add personality to their outfits are all available at this Midtown East location.
This Argentinian brand has all the trappings of the high style and elegance of the South American country's top business executives and style conscious individuals. Men and women will find formal and casual wear here.
Entrepreneur NY, is a clothing boutique in Nolita New York. Entrepreneur NY is one of few Japanese boutiques in Manhattan that carry new fashion as well as small unfamiliar brands from Japan. They carry many unknown brands (to the U.S.) that are up and coming and are only made with high quality workmanship.
This clothing company is based on the west coast in San Francisco and it brings streetwear to the East Village of Manhattan. 12 Grain and superFishal are just a couple of the brands available here.
Inspired by the British sport of cricket this men's wear brand is sporty yet gentlemanly and genteel. The clothing is Italian made and has a conservative yet elegant feel that any dapper gent would be happy to wear.
Originally a mens' clothing store this fashionable and trendy boutique is must see destination for the fashion conscious New Yorker. It is located in Soho on Grand Street.
Lord Willy's is famous for its custom made shirts but it also has ready to wear collection. This gentleman's haberdasher is the place to equip the smartest rogue and most elegant cad about town.
This store features hard to find jeans that come primarily from Japan. The store also has key fobs, rings, belts and shoes available as well as providing a hemming service and special ordering.
The designer behind this fashion store in the East Village is originally from China and his designs are all one of a kind pieces for both men and women. One of his specialties is creating dresses, belts and coats for women using men's shirts and ties.
Eisenberg & Eisenberg have been tailoring to men since 1898 providing the city business man and the country gentleman with refined clothing. Formal wear and tuxedos is their forte along with the accompanying accessories.
This Harlem based store offers upscale attire for gentlemen. This includes formal clothing like suits, shirts and a large selection of ties as well as casual items like khakis pants and button doen sweaters.
This Canadian brands location in Nolita on spring Street carries the full range of denim pants that it is famous for. All kinds of hip and trendy jeans are available at this 10,000 square foot store.
Inspired by a movement in Britain in the 1950s that saw young men dressed in Edwardian style clothing this store carries dapper wear for the elegant dresser. Drape jackets, straw boater hats, cotton button downs and wool coats all form part of the collection here.
Since 1913 and through four generations of the same family this gentleman's tailors has survived and prospered. This store, located on the 5th floor of a 32nd Street building, has specialists in each area of the production of a custom suit from designers to fitters, cutters, construction people and alterations experts.
This is the first stand alone store in the USA for the brand Ben Sherman. The brand was launched in 1963 by Briton Arthur Bernard Sugarman. The store features the full collection for men and women and accessories too.
Sports chic is the genre of clothing available at Façonnable, a French store that was originally a small shop in Nice in 1952. Now a 21,000 square foot store, in Midtown East, Manhattan is full of smart yet casual and forever sporty wear.
A true gentleman's outfitter in the traditional sense. This store is located in the Mid Town East area of New York and can equip the CEO on office days as well as on the days at the golf course.
This store has collections by two designers which are minimal, yet elegant in style. Little or no color, so only black, white and beige are the signature for these dresses, suits, skirts and shirts.
This boutique is for the style conscious male who likes clothing that might accentuate his well toned body. Swimwear is a feature but knitwear, elegant dress shirts and pants make up the majority of the collection.
Designer wear that the very best dressed fashionistas are wearing is located in this bi-level boutique in Midtown East Manhattan. Those with deep pockets and a high regard for the very latest, stylish fashionable clothing and accessories should make a visit here.
This menswear store features the work of Jay Kos. He is influenced by Italian and English fine men's clothing designers and brings a focus on fit and color that is unique. Gentlemen will enjoy this store's traditions and focus on fabrics.
Ralph Lauren likes to catch his customers young and has created this line of fashion wear targeted at a younger group - college age adults. Still classic in a Ralph Lauren way but with just a tiny bit of edge for that rebellious spirited preppy college goer.
This store is geared for men and carries designer label men's fashions as well as a selection of art, music, literature and film. It also features hand-stitched Rag and Bone jeans and Chausser shoes.
This hip boutique brings a beautiful display of screen printed organic cotton tee shirts, hoodies and knit sweaters to the East Village. It is located on Extra Place, just of East 1st Street, near Bowery.
European men's fashion is available for the man about town and the gent from the country up for a visit. Elegant style echos around the store with a minimalist simple display that shows the clothes off.
We are the Superlative conspiracy is what this brand name is short for and it was created in Sweden by skate and snowboard enthusiasts. The street wear store has a little more to offer than tee shirts and hoodies.
This store stock all kinds of fashion and less fashionable items that have an Army and Navy feel to them. No bright colors and a utilitarian look, the place carries brands like Carhartt, Dickies, 511, Schott, Alpha Industries, Reell, Surefire and Redwings.
This high end mens' store outfits the trend aware but not necessarily trend following guy with all his clothing needs. It is located in the East Village on 11th Street near 2nd Avenue.
Some stores develop an aura about them because they are difficult to find and it begins to feel like you have to be 'in the know' or connected to go there. This store carries military inspired clothing for men and is located down a set of stairs, behind an unmarked door.
Favored for ties since the 1950s this store also carries men's shirts , cuff links and formal wear. It is located in the Upper East side and continues to appeal to the business man or gent about town.
Hickey is a spin off store that is target at the young and trendy of Soho. The parent Hickey Freeman is known for wool suits, dress shirts in Italian fabric and plaid sport coats. The same is on sale here but with tight-fitting shirts, tapered pants, distressed looks and rugby shirts.
This up scale store for men offers simple, toned down clothing made with muted colors and tones. Designers include Rick Owens, Carol Christian Poell, Ann Demeulemeester and Shaun Leane.
This denim store believes in mixing the tradition of the American jean with the designs and contemporary quirks of Japan. The store has a rugged urban feel mixing city living with the wild west.