These new shops across the city are the quintessential spots to revamp your style arsenal ahead of the new year.
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Buzzy menswear label Todd Snyder brings its signature American style to a new 3,500-square-foot location at Rockefeller Center, outfitted with camo and utility-inspired design complemented by midcentury furnishings and artwork by Ryan McMenamy. Offering private shopping appointments, tailoring and alterations, and same-day shipping in the city, the new store is a one-stop shop for sharp dressers (and holiday shoppers). Trademark selects such as the dashing suede Dylan jackets and cashmere sweaters are featured alongside a curation of Snyder’s favorite brands, including AESOP, Birkenstock and more. From stylish classics to boundarypushing threads and capsule collections, Todd Snyder offers an unprecedented twist on American menswear. 620 Fifth Ave.
HILL HOUSE HOME
Through mid-January, design brand Hill House Home will be displaying its floral-covered bedding, towels, nap dresses and more at a pop-up in Soho. Here just in time for the holiday season, it’s a glorious mecca for beautifying the home. Designed by Hendryx Design in collaboration with Hill House Home founder and CEO Nell Diamond, the 1,107-square-foot space draws inspiration from classic British interiors and fuses modern and traditional designs, plus the brand’s signature Blue Botanical print throughout. Th e pop-up also offers curated events, holiday shopping incentives and limited-edition gift wrap in Hill House Home’s Winter Toile print. It’s truly a winter wonderland. 112 Mercer St.
A wave of West Coast cool lands east at Amiri’s contemporary new flagship. Combining the brand’s L.A. roots with the artistic heritage of New York City, the store’s gallerylike atmosphere offers an eclectic space for customers to explore the 2,106-square-foot interior. Art curated by designer Mike Amiri, featuring one commissioned site-specific work by renowned L.A. artist Wes Lang, is found throughout the environment. Plus, exclusive, limited-edition products stamped with the store’s address and logo intertwined with the Statue of Liberty pay homage to the new spot. 76 Greene St.
Entrepreneur Martin Pietri has a strong passion for traditional French design and even received a National Order of Merit from the French government in June 2021 for his role in preserving French craft . His realization of this passion came to fruition with design company Emblem, which features selects from four high-quality French design houses: Maison Taillardat, Maison Craman-Lagarde, Vernaz & Filles and Manufacture des Emaux De Longwy. Now, these elegant offerings are available in Emblem’s new 130-square-foot jewel box space on Spring Street. From furniture craft ed with cloisonne enamel to gold leaf, the company’s first U.S. showroom in Soho embodies the excellence and elegance of French craft smanship that has always inspired Pietri. 171 Spring St., 2nd Floor
Another Rockefeller Center newcomer is Italian paper goods brand Pineider, displaying its offerings in the U.S. for the first time at its 1,200-square-foot flagship. Inspired by the aesthetics of the late 19th century, the iron- and glass-clad space is finished with brass and teak details. Writing instruments, fine paper, notebooks and leather goods fill the brass-edged bookcases, and bespoke stationery and business cards are available to order. Exclusively designed and manufactured in Italy, the brand elevates pen and paper in a world dominated by screens and keyboards. 59 W. 49th St.
Photography by: PHOTO COURTESY OF BRANDS; EMBLEM PHOTO BY STEFANO PASQUALETTI