Embedded in the heart of SoHo, this major artery for shopping, eating, and inspiration continues to impress. Well known to one off boutiques as well as memorable eateries can, trips here fill an afternoon well into the evening. Don’t miss galleries that are wedged in between must-see fashion outposts. SoHo has ebbed and flowed since it first burst on the scene in a big way in the 80s. Check out the side streets, especially Sullivan for healthy eating and unexpected finds.
Jonathan Adler @ 47 Greene: the ultra hip interiors “diva”…partner to Simon Doonan who dresses the windows at Barney’s and styles the store…Fresh home accessories with a kitsch spin, the result is ultra contemporary. Don’t miss the needlepoint pillows with zodiac signs to memorable quotes.
Penguin @103 Greene: This retro yet stylish brand of men’s and women’s wear has been restyled for great casual to pulled together sportswear looks with a point of view.
Jack Spade @56 Greene: Kate Spade’s uber trendy husband set up shop for other metro sexual males in a clubby Greene street locale. Great spot for menswear totes and accessories.
Cyrus Company @57 Greene: the all white Italian store displays a range of refined to casual white furnishings suitable for loft living or the chic beach home.
Cite Designs @131 Greene: a long standing Soho institution constantly changing its assortment of iconic to of the moment furniture and home accessories. A little irreverence mixes with a lot of style making this spot a must-stop on our hit parade.
Tarina Tarantino @ 117 Greene: ultra feminine and kitsch, Tarina successfully blends colorful loose sight with references to the Wizard of Oz and Hello Kitty. It’s surprising how collectible her line is, despite its references to “Disney” style characters.
Cotelac @ 92/94 Greene: a very French, very feminine, Boho chic line of ladies clothing. Perfectly suited to downtown strolling or Euro travel.
Kirna Zabete @96 Greene an outpost for designer wear from across the globe. Don’t miss the downstairs library of tabletop books and fun accessories.
Taschen @ 107 Greene: the ultra cool destination for the best tabletop books around, especially the well photographed and documented tributes to London, Paris, and New York.
Anne Fontaine @ 93 Greene: a French designer best known for a wide assortment of crisp to sexy white blouses. Anne Fontaine has expanded to include a whole range of ready-to-wear and accessories.
Anna Sui @ 113 Greene: this iconic downtown designer continue to get it right. With a deft hand, she combines goth with baby doll and contemporary with retro…The result is always unexpected and a pure delight. Womens wear only and the store displays her kitsch retro style.
Kelley and Ping @ 127 Greene: a mainstay in Soho, has a cult following for its Asian grocery and noodle shop offerings. Sit down or take away.
Alexander West @ 110 Greene: Purveyor of crisp, cotton menswear shirtings. Known best for its checks and rep stripes, always in style.
Space Apothecary @ 99 Greene: hailing from across the pond in Britain, this collection of cosmetics and fragrances is inspirational for those who like great variety and lots of choices.