TSE, known for its luxury knitwear, has moved into a new Wooster Street spot and offers a more robust selection of items, including menswear and accessories.
Versus Versace is the high-end Italian retailer’s more affordable line that shoppers can now browse in person at this SoHo space.
Repetto is known for its ballet shoes and flats, the strikingly simple form of footwear worn by actual dancers and those who cherish the understated elegance of the look.
Fashionistas worldwide describe this French designer’s collection as elegant and simple with its array of pleated skirts, cozy sweaters and collared shirts.
Vegans and PETA advocates won’t be buying anything at m0851: this popular brand of shops, which originated in Montreal, is all leather all the time, with dabs of fur thrown in for good measure.
This new SoHo storefront is the first in the world to sell exclusively Alexander Wang apparel.
Black Fleece is Brooks Brothers’ newer, younger sibling, launched in 2007 with the goal to add a bit more of a “fashion-forward” design to classic Brooks Brothers styles.
There used to be a custom T-shirt shop in every mall in America, featuring walls lined with groovy iron-ons featuring all sorts of written and visual iconographies.
Experience both old and new at this venerable SoHo boutique, popular with stylists and celebrities on both coasts.
Over the years, French Connection has garnered some attention with the confusion caused by the FCUK logo stamped on so many of its tees; but the brand’s fashion sensibility is one that transcends such linguistic tomfoolery.
Canadian shop offers outdoor clothing and sporting wear in SoHo.
Get your penny loafers ready!