1. Canada Goose
The cold-weather brand recently launched its Big Apple flagship, which is outfitted in a decidedly Canadian fashion. Polar bear sculptures and soft maple benches dot the 4,000-square-foot space showcasing the brand’s signature parkas and boots. 101 Wooster St.
2. John Hardy
As part of a global brand transformation, John Hardy introduced its first retail stores, one in Houston and one in NYC. The latter offers 1,200 square feet of rock ’n’ roll-inspired jewels for men and women. 118 Prince St.
The French-Italian outerwear brand, known for its puffer jackets, opened its second store in NYC with a timely and arctic-chic collection of ski and après-ski gear. 650 Madison Ave.
4. Monica Vinader
British jeweler Monica Vinader debuted her first stateside boutique, offering complimentary engraving on her delicate wares, which are favored by Charlize Theron and Alicia Vikander. 151 Spring St.
5. Todd Snyder
Menswear designer Todd Snyder’s first standalone store presents collections that blend Saville Row craftsmanship and a downtown New York aesthetic. 25 Madison Square N.