Best clothing stores in NYC
The 10-floor department store is arguably the king of Fifth Avenue, and there’s no shortage of reasons why. A purveyor of everything from bags and shoes to beauty, jewelry and clothing for men and women, there’s really nothing you can’t find at this historic high-end outlet.
Founded in 1861, Bloomingdale’s is one of the oldest and most successful luxury department stores in the country. The Soho location has a notoriously small selection, so head up to the Midtown storefront whenever possible.
An iconic source for premier luxury designers, Jeffrey is home to timeless and trendy fashions alike. Splurge on high-end brands like Chloe, Lanvin, Saint Laurent and more.
Here, you’ll find minimalist, sleek fashion styles for men and women at above-average prices (but with the quality to back them up).
Founded and headquartered in NYC, Barneys is a New York luxury institution, selling everything from jewelry to handbags to home décor. Check out the newly opened Chelsea location, which, while smaller, provides a calmer shopper experience versus its Midtown counterpart.
This famous luxury department store founded in 1899 is as sophisticated as ever, with a plethora of brands and fashions in famously elegant surroundings. Be sure to check out the separate men’s store across the street!
The Taiwanese designer studied fashion in NYC, so he’s a pro at filling his shop with New Yorkers’ beloved black clothes. The Soho flagship store, with its marble floors and black furniture (and a hammock!), is worth a visit even if you can’t afford anything.
Innovative jewelry is VERAMEAT’s expertise, with every piece handmade in NYC from fine materials ranging from recycled sterling silver to pure 14-karat gold. But beware—prices aren’t cheap.
The queen of effortless style, there’s nothing not to love about Isabel Marant. At her store, open your wallet and splurge on chic cashmere basics, oversized coats and funky art-décor inspired jewelry for women.
Originally opened in Park Slope in 1999, Bird has expanded to two other Brooklyn locations (Williamsburg and Cobble Hill) making it even easier to shop its delightful independent labels of men’s and women’s clothing.