To mark its 100th anniversary, this local label opens its first store since shuttering the original shop in the 1950s. Founded in the basement of a Lower East Side tenement building, the brand makes iconic leather motorcycle jackets for men ($500–$1,000) and women ($300–$600), made famous by the Ramones and James Dean. The company also created the leather bomber jackets and wool peacoats worn by the U.S. Army during World War II, and you can shop the same styles for both guys ($250–$500) and girls ($180–$275). There’s even a custom option (starting at $995) that allows you to choose your leather colors, lining, hardware and trim for your one-of-a-kind topper, which will be ready in four weeks. A small selection of causal menswear ($40–$200) is also available, including plaid flannel button-down shirts ($89–$140), zip-front sweaters ($200) and vintage-inspired tees ($40).