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Todd Snyder Opens New York Flagship with a Barbershop and Bar
By Kristen Heinzinger | December 6, 2016
Gents, rejoice! Todd Snyder, CFDA nominee and menswear designer, opened an expansive 4,500-square-foot flagship on Madison Square Park North. The store goes beyond your run-of-the-mill retail floor plan: it houses a Persons of Interest barbershop operated by Steve Marks, a café/bar manned by Nick Morgenstern of El Rey Coffee Bar & Luncheonette, and shop-in-shops with Moscot eyewear and Aesop products. In addition to carrying apparel and curated selections from the designer’s partners like Champion, Timex, Mackintosh, Glove Trotter, Tricker’s, and Alden, the store is partnering with 1stdibs to offer a rotating limited-edition selection of gifts, art, and furniture.
“Every collection starts with inspiration from the worlds of art, architecture and design, made to fit the modern man and his lifestyle,” Snyder said in a statement. “We created the New York store to embody that lifestyle down to the smallest detail, all hand selected from resources and vendors we love, many via our new partners at 1stdibs. It’s not just a clothing store – it’s a great place to come for a seasonal wardrobe upgrade with a personal stylist, to get fitted for your next suit while enjoying an espresso or a beer, or to hang out with friends while getting a haircut and a shave.”
The flagship was designed with James Mills, and includes vintage brass door handles sourced in London from Anthony Outred Antiques and modern and midcentury furniture. British artist Luke Edward Hall created the opening visual installation, and signed and numbered prints are available in the store. The café/bar area features custom-designed terrazzo floor by New York artist Zackery Tyler, a vintage ’60s Italian chandelier, and vintage Thonet chairs, while the barbershop is decorated with bespoke barber chairs made in Japan.
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