With an emphasis on the slow part of its name, the Italian-bred brand has opened its first US store in SoHo, leaving shoppers feeling unrushed and unhurried as they peruse the racks of menswear and accessories in this mid-century European-style space.
This Japanese clothier offers perennially fashionable looks for both men and women that hint at quirkiness without being consumed by it.
Beloved by designer denim purists the world over, Jean Shop offers men’s and women’s jeans, jackets and shirts, cut and hand-sewn from Japanese selvedge denim.
At this fun-loving SoHo shop, high-gloss white walls offset the oversize pointed high heels, purses and leather jackets on display amidst the gorgeously cartoonish clothing.
A neighborhood stalwart for nearly 25 years, this Keith McNally-helmed French bistro takes a relaxed approach to Gallic café fare with overflowing platters of steak frites, juicy burgers, savory grilled chicken sandwiches, rich steak au poivre and more.
This sumptuous shop for high-end lingerie and sex toys has the goods to satisfy your inner decadent, including silk nightgowns and negligees, peekaboo panties and Kiki’s infamous 24-karat gold handcuffs.
In an effort to rejuvenate Balenciaga, creative director Alexander Wang has added an ultra-luxe touch to the brand’s SoHo flagship.
High-end jewelry designer David Yurman is a born and bred New Yorker, along with his wife Sybil.
These Italian purveyors of sleek lighting fixtures offer a little bit of everything in their storefront showroom, from whimsical desk lamps shaped like giant bubbles to bright and functional floor models, and from dramatic, elegant wall sconces to luxurious, handcrafted glass chandeliers.
It may feel like you’re walking into a nightclub when you enter the doors of this bustling denim emporium, given its sleek, modern décor, dim lighting and rotation of DJs spinning amid the clothing and accessories.
Face it: this is a fabulously designed hotel from a UK chainlet (Firmdale), located in a fashionable, moneyed area of Manhattan (SoHo), and ideal for dropping in for a meal, cocktail or afternoon tea.
The beloved high-end Italian outerwear label Moncler has finally thrown its devoted New York City fan base a bone and opened its second stateside outpost (the first is in Aspen).