Seven for All Mankind: one of the first companies to bring premium denim to the mass market, now well known for their innovative use of fits, fabrics, and finishes.
Alex Bittar: a trend-setting jewelry designer known for his classic Lucite collection.
James Perse: great tee shirts and knitwear.
Intermix: a wide range of European and American designers along with smaller fashion-forward labels.
Rag and Bone: L.A. casual wear mixed with grunge.
Brooks Brothers Black Fleece Store: a hippier, trendier spin on Brooks Brothers classics.
Gant: timeless, preppy shirtings.
Olive and Bettes: trendy, young street wear. Great for items and accessories.
Mulberry: the iconic British maker of leather goods with style.
Jack Spade: Kate Spade’s husband features bags for men as well as shirtings and accessories.
Ralph Lauren: check out the his series of stores on Bleeker including Ralph Children.
Cynthia Rowley for Roxy: a new partnership collection of wet-suits, swimsuits, accessories, and surf-inspired clothing.
Diptyque: French collectible candles. See the posts on Color Coded Hostess gifts to read more about Diptyque's Baies candle.