Manhattan and Amsterdam have a lot in common. The island of Manhattan was actually once owned by the Dutch and was named Nieuw-Amsterdam or New Amsterdam after buying it from the Native Americans. One of the commonalities between the two cities is cycling. Cycling is pretty ubiquitous in both cities. Continue reading Cycling in the City
Check out the awesome shots featuring the Van Dam , Mercer, and York. And thanks to our friends at Huf Magazine.
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Out Magazine featured our store on their website as part of it’s “10 Best New Menswear Stores in the Country” article. Continue reading Noah Waxman featured in Out Magazine’s 10 Best New Menswear Stores in the Country
New York City is a great place to visit during the holiday season. Visiting the tree at Rockefeller Center, window shopping along Fifth Avenue and ice skating in Central Park are classic NYC winter sports.
And no season is complete without taking in a Broadway show. The new Broadway production “Home for the Holidays”, at the August Wilson theatre, is in town for a limited time. Continue reading There’s no place like…
Selecting the perfect gift can be stressful so I did the work for you! These handpicked items, with their thoughtful design and master craftsmanship, are sure to be huge hits! Continue reading The Holiday Gift Guide: Noah’s picks for the season
The West Village is one of NY’s most amazing neighborhoods, and it’s the place that reminds me most of Amsterdam. Indeed, this area was settled by the Dutch almost 400 years ago! If you find yourself in the West Village…late at night…yearning for a burger and beer, head to the Corner Bistro. Continue reading West Village 6/ Corner Bistro
I love music… Here’s my current obsession: Al Green’s Let’s Stay Together. This 1972 soul classic keeps on giving. Actual albums are a rarity these days…and it’s a pleasure to just listen to one song follow the next on this perfect musical journey. Continue reading Spinning in our Shop: Al Green