Norwegian fashion maestros Peder Børresen, Stefan Dahlkvist and Simen Staalnacke have opened a second stateside store for their iconic Norwegian clothing line (the first opened in Los Angeles in 2009).
Predawn lines form outside for the Cronut (a croissant-doughnut hybrid), which typically sells out by 10:30am; the afternoons will often see a line to the back of the narrow, sugar-scented shop for both sweet and savory items (the roast pork club on sourdough with pickled eggs and spicy mayo is killer).
An LA–based brand whose coolly preppy designs will make anyone feel as though he or she is a character in a Wes Anderson film, Band of Outsiders has turned this massive loft-like SoHo space into its first US store (their other retail outpost is located in Japan).
There’s an underthing for every occasion at the lingerie brand’s massive SoHo store—including items from its youth-oriented Pink line, everyday bras and panties from Body by Victoria and Incredible, and naughtier lingerie from titillating collections like Very Sexy, Angels by Victoria’s Secret and the Bombshell push-up bra line.
This artist-owned and -operated business has long been a presence on Sullivan Street, catering to the neighborhood’s picture- and poster-framing needs with a vast selection of custom-created frames, a variety of high-end glasses, an encyclopedic knowledge of the craft of framing and an artisan’s touch when matting and mounting your images.