Posted November 4, 2010 at 6:28 am
As the seasons pass, the Lower East Side becomes ever more a concept for merchandisers. We’ve seen it all before, from perfume lines evoking the Bowery to J. Crew and their selection of Stanton Pants or Ludlow Suits. And now it’s time for Payless ShoeSource to get in on the action.
Last modified December 5, 2010 at 1:31 pm
A mall-teration of a different sort is making its appearance known near the northeast corner of Broadway and Houston. In this case, however, mall shoe store Journeys is set to open another city location at 626 Broadway, effectively joining the high-profile gang of big-box merchants (e.g. Adidas, Best Buy, Urban Outfitters) and other like-minded sneaker […]
Posted October 4, 2010 at 6:12 am
In the last month-and-change, the smaller of the two Dolce Vita outposts on Ludlow Street experienced a slight brand facelift. With the re-branded space, the company now introduces J.D. Fisk to the trendy boutique scene (not to be confused with the other Fisk). The new shop opened over the weekend at 159 Ludlow, and houses a new […]
Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:17 am
Lost Laces is a new photo series which will explore the art in discarded shoes on the neighborhood streets. Whether dangling from wires high above or left to rot in a garbage heap, all instances are fair game. Chucks, Adidas, and a pair of baseball caps, all spotted on Eldridge Street just north of Stanton. […]