Who enjoys shopping in traditional spaces? Not me! Well, if it’s proffering me a good sale I totally can understand traditional. I boldly admit, unalike and disparate clothing shops quickly gets my purchasing dollars moving and brewing. If you dwell (or visiting) in super apple NYC, shopping in character-fueling spaces is a must!! Being that MSR cater to the hombres, here are my must-visit retail destinations in New York City.

Opening Ceremony

Brimmed with luxe eclectic merchandise from aspiring and solid design standards, Opening Ceremony merges both creative artistic elements into a fun and pleasing shopping experience. Another great additive is their rarefied vintage selections intertwined among contemporary designs. Opening Ceremony also carries a namesake label which fuses seamlessly with their participating designers. Men, for inventive shoes and artful constructed outerwear Opening Ceremony—whether in NYC or LA—are your resting places.

Visit Opening Ceremony at 37 Howard Street, or online @ www.openingceremony.us

Alohoa Rag

Tatsugo Yoga introduced the two-decade Hawaiian establishment to Hudson Square territories in NYC. Since migrating to the states, Aloha Rag has included menswear design likes: Martin Margiela, Rogan, Alexander McQueen, Common Projects, Ksubi, into its merchandise philosophy. The assortments are displayed in an art gallery formation. Another merchandise kudos: Aloha’s NYC store strictly penetrate brands in Japan, UK, and other international points that are not readily available on the East Coast region. Upon stepping foot in the full super-white exteriors, you’re moved into a tranquil shopping experience.

Visit Aloha Rag at 505 Greenwich Street, or online @ www.aloharag.com

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