The 129-year-old workwear brand opens this temporary spot, hawking shamelessly hip clothing ($198–$340), accessories ($8–$248), and shoes for men ($145–$760) and women ($115–$340) that are both durable and cool enough to be wardrobe staples. The space looks like a unique cross between a factory and a flea market, with antique furnishings and walls made of original tannery materials. Guys can pair vintage tweed jackets ($125) with either lace-up boots ($65–$425) or office-appropriate brogues ($65–$275). Ladies looking to stand out from the crowd will gravitate toward quirky kicks, such as two-tone oxfords ($250) from a collab with Brooklyn designer Samantha Pleet. Put the finishing touches on your outfit with nature-inspired accessories, including the Shiny Squirrel gold bracelets ($88) and Tanner Goods belts ($125).