Fashion

Here is a Look Inside the Green Louis Vuitton Store on Ludlow Street

Posted July 12, 2019 at 5:03 am

The well-heeled set were out in full force last night, preparing and partying for the arrival of Louis Vuitton on the Lower East Side. In Hell Square, no less. The entire northeast corner of Ludlow and Rivington Streets is daubed in neon green paint. From the facade to the garbage bags out front. Inside, the […]

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Louis Vuitton Officially Announces Itself in Hell Square

Posted July 10, 2019 at 5:00 am

Never thought you’d see the day? Louis Vuitton is making a big splash in Hell Square, as first reported here last week. The luxury retailer has since painted the northeast corner of Ludlow and Rivington Streets a lime green hue ahead of its short-term residency this month. With the 6,000-square-foot store, Louis Vuitton joins a […]

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Adidas Launches Limited Edition Max Fish Sneakers Celebrating 30 Years of the Bar

Posted July 9, 2019 at 5:00 am

When Max Fish first opened on Ludlow Street in 1989, it quickly became a favored hangout of downtown skateboarders. Now, years removed from its original location, the rebooted dive bar has teamed up with adidas to create a “super limited run” of skater kicks. Dubbed “Max Fish Campus ADV,” the collaborative shoe comes with a […]

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Round Two Expands its Vintage Footprint in Hell Square

Posted July 3, 2019 at 5:04 am

Almost two years after landing on Stanton Street in Hell Square, vintage emporium Round Two doubled its reach. The business opened another store around the corner on Ludlow. The new shop, dubbed Vintage by Round Two, debuted last week at 138 Ludlow with much fanfare, and the requisite queue of eager shoppers. (Plus, hundreds of […]

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Rumor: Louis Vuitton Opening Store on Rivington Street

Posted July 1, 2019 at 5:00 am

Brace yourself, plebeians of the Lower East Side. There’s a pretty juicy (and unconfirmed) rumor floating around the neighborhood that claims Louis Vuitton is on the way. Specifically, a new store at the corner of Ludlow and Rivington Streets in what was previously Tani (and Steve Madden for the six years prior). Workers renovating the store […]

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The Oft-Overlooked ‘Drag Balls’ of Harlem [HISTORY]

Posted June 28, 2019 at 5:08 am

Bet that got your attention. The year was 1931 and “Fag Ball” was the newspaper equivalent click-bait of the decade. Certainly made me wonder what all the fuss was about, and how it all began. And by “it,” I mean Drag Balls.  Don’t let your Mothers down, children. We must leave the Lower. In 1869, […]

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Kallmeyer Fashionwear Boutique Takes Over 83 Orchard Street

Posted June 7, 2019 at 5:03 am

Where a gallery once stood, trendy clothing will soon live. Indeed, it’s more upscaling for the so-called “museum block” of Orchard Street. Kallmeyer recently signed a lease for Orchard Street, occupied the previous five years by the Muriel Guépin Gallery. The eponymous fashion brand, founded by South African native Daniella Kallmeyer, sells women’s clothing and […]

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‘Rare Pair’ Folds Mulberry Street Shop

Posted May 2, 2019 at 5:02 am

Sneaker heads might be upset to learn that Rare Pair is no longer there. On Mulberry Street, that is. The downstairs sneaker store and lifestyle brand closed its Little Italy store last month, where it had been for the last five years and change. Leasing signage is now attached to the iron railings out front. When […]

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‘Scotch & Soda’ Satellite Comes to Orchard Street

Posted April 19, 2019 at 5:00 am

High fashion, now on the well-tread museum block of Orchard and Broome Streets. Dutch couture company, Scotch & Soda, planted a flag at 90 Orchard. Doors are open, and signage aplenty. Its presence in the old Tictail space is announced with a wall-sized handbill pimping the new menswear line, which takes fictional cues from “The […]

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Hair Throne’s Three-Floor ‘Salon Mansion’ Opens on Orchard Street

Last modified April 18, 2019 at 8:59 am

On the throne is now 60 Orchard Street, whose commercial condo unit was heretofore dormant for four years. Indeed, nothing much happened here since the Poppington gallery, founded by former music mogul Damon Dash, faded in 2015. (City Marshals seized the joint.) There was a brief tease of a laundry startup here, but that seemed […]

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