From NYFW to massive, experiential shopping outlets, nothing beats fashion in New York.
(235 W. Broadway) Menswear designer Todd Snyder’s Liquor Store outpost is a hybrid of clubhouse and atelier. With every surface painted in his favorite color, a sleek army green, the store shows Snyder’s latest collections, alongside a bar for members-only wine and whiskey tastings and a bespoke tailoring program to ensure a personalized menswear shopping experience. Insider’s Tip Don’t expect to find the whole inventory here; this store is more of a satellite to introduce people to the brand.
(20 Hudson Yards)The luxury retailer opened its mammoth flagship in Hudson Yards last year with digitized dressing rooms, personalized stylists, spa services and counter-free dedicated beauty areas. Insider’s Tip Opt for a full-day shopping experience culminating with cocktails at its in-house bar, Stanley, to celebrate your haul.
The men’s department at the new Nordstrom flagship store
(225 W. 57th St.) The new flagship is 320,000 square feet of fashion and culinary expertise as the single largest project investment in retail history. Seven levels and an open floor plan later, the new Nordstrom has completely transformed how the brand curates and shows products. The store also houses restaurants from award-winning chefs Ethan Stowell and Tom Douglas. Insider’s Tip Indulge in silky mochi doughnuts at Oh Mochi. The naturally gluten-free, baked-in-house mochis are sold in a variety of flavors, such as yellow cake topped with chocolate glaze and chocolate cake covered in honey roasted peanut-chocolate glaze.
(665 Fifth Ave.) The century-old company is the best place to hunt for new Rolex models, from Sky-Dwellers to Datejusts. Insider’s Tip Make an appointment to browse the entire collection of watches with the help of the resident experts.