Big thanks to NoHo BID board member Merwin Andrade, long-time NoHo resident and fashion entrepreneur, for contributing to our Men’s Fashion Spotlight!

3.1 Phillip Lim | 48 Great Jones Street – Collaborates everyday classics with a sense of madness resulting in cool, easy, chic looks for men that embody youthful elegance and personal style.

A.P.C. | 49 Bond Street – “A  French ready-to-wear brand, founded in 1987 by the Tunisian-Jewish born designer Jean Touitou. A.P.C. stands for ‘Atelier de Production et de Création’.”

Atrium | 644 Broadway – “Dedicated to providing a range of contemporary apparel for stylish New Yorkers.” Atrium thoughtfully curates collections from established and emerging designers to  fill the needs and desires of modern day customers.

Billy Reid | 54 Bond Street – Widely recognized menswear designer, William Reid is a CFDA awards winner –  Best New Menswear Designer (2010), Men’s Designer of the Year (2012), CFDA/VOGUE’s Fashion Fund Award (2012).

C’H’C’M’ | 2 Bond Street – Menswear boutique featuring classic clothing, shoes and accessories. One of the few shops that sources its products directly from the best designers and manufacturers in the world.

Filson | 40 Great Jones – “Having worldwide reputation for honesty, quality and durability, today, Filson is a global manufacturer, wholesaler and retailer constantly developing new products to serve those who refuse to stay indoors. 

KITH | 644 Broadway – “Just us,” is the kep concept.  Making everyone who works there and purchases feel like they belong, and feel like family.  KITH offers the highest quality footwear and attire for any occasion.

Michael Andrews | 2 Great Jones Alley –  Michael Andrews opened his own tailor shop after trying dozen tailors without finding exactly what he wanted. Now offering more than 10,000 luxurious fabrics from many of the world’s finest mills, Michael Andrews has become New York’s premier custom clothier.

New Era | 9 E 4th Street – “Best known for being the official on-field caps for both Major League Baseball and the National Football League.”

Save Khaki United | 317 Lafayette Street – A “Men’s lifestyle brand” that emphasizes comfort, and is a minimalist at heart. Their products are everyday essentials – simultaneously modern and classic.