Our Made in the USA collection features rugged, handmade boots with top-quality leathers, often locally sourced, and impeccable construction. Continue reading Traditional Shoemaking – Robb Report Feature
The talented Ramone Owens from Beetlejuice on Broadway looking amazing in our Madison Chelsea Boots. Continue reading Beetlejuice on Broadway
Spring has arrived, and with it comes the openings of new Broadway shows. We’re excited to see so many performers sporting our favorite NW styles! Here are some of the shots we like best.
Thank you to Neesha Arter for this wonderful interview! Neesha Arter is a journalist, author and speaker in Los Angeles. Her memoir, CONTROLLED, was published in August 2015 by Heliotrope Books. Her new blog “BY NEESSHA ARTER” explores all things lifestyle … Continue reading If The Shoe Fits: An Interview
Thank you so much to Footwear News for this great feature! Check out Noah’s interview about the excitement behind designing shoes for both men and women, and how the brand is adapting to the new ways of retail. Footwear News … Continue reading Footwear News Feature
Join Noah on Wednesday, April 4, for the launch of the NOAH WAXMAN pop-up at SENE, 149 S La Brea. 6-8pm. Continue reading NW Pops Up in LA
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.
Continue reading HUF Magazine Feature
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
Back before luxury condos and Starbucks on every corner was a reality of living in New York City, every neighborhood of New York had a personality to it. The West Village was an area that had raw grit and charm and attracted artists & musicians to it like flies to honey. Continue reading Old New York: West Village
Thank you, Genteel Flair for coming into the shop, taking such beautiful pictures, and for the wonderful feature. Continue reading Perry Street Shop/Genteel Flair Interview
James Dean’s untimely death in 1955 at the young age of 24 cemented him as a Hollywood icon and source of fashion inspiration for a generation. His classic, timeless style is still frequently referenced and prominent today. Continue reading Style Icon: James Dean