The recently renovated home to Certified Green luxe basics for men and women makes more than 70 percent of its garments with sustainable materials and processes. The space reflects the simple style of the brand with repurposed objects and a pop of orange that honors the original logo from 20 years ago. 281 Lafayette St.
2. Canal Street Market
This 12,000-square-foot property houses a food hall and a multivendor retail space emphasizing artisanal goods. The retail side, opening Oct. 13, has an indoor garden and a newsstand coffee shop. The food hall, debuting Nov. 1, will have specialty food and beverage vendors, including Davey’s Ice Cream. 265 Canal St.
The Fifth Avenue mansion that serves as Cartier’s U.S. flagship, which opened in 1917, has quadrupled its size. The landmark building features a bar serving complimentary beverages, a private entertaining area, a terrace and rooms dedicated to figures in Cartier history, including Grace Kelly. 653 Fifth Ave.
4. Lou & Grey
The label of linen tops, silk pants and cocoon cardigans, which launched in 2014, opened its first New York shop in September. Aside from the name brand, the flagship includes third-party products from local artisans like Flowers for Zoé. 138 Fifth Ave.
5. Noah Waxman
The men’s luxury footwear brand recently debuted its first retail spot in a historic brownstone. The boutique offers the Noah Waxman collection, and new accessories and jewelry lines. Personal shoe fittings are also available. 41 Perry St.