Tribeca is one of Manhattan’s most sought-after neighborhoods. Home to posh residents like Jay-Z and Taylor Swift, it’s no surprise the neighborhood has a vibrant shopping scene. Here’s how you can shop like the stars at Tribeca’s best boutiques.
This women’s shoe and handbag oasis is located just an eight-minute walk from the Duane Street Hotel. Stocking brands like Givenchy and Chloe, luxury permeates the air at this relaxing retreat. The best part about Edon Manor though might be the decor. Designed by Ryan Korban, it is inspired by an English manor house—complete with flowing tufted couches, billowing curtains and of course freshly brewed tea.
Edon Manor. 391 Greenwich St, New York, NY. (212) 431-3890
Steven Alan’s Tribeca outpost is a must-visit for the fashion-savvy traveler. Expertly curated and stocking hand-picked selections from the trendiest brands, Steven Alan always delivers. Whether you’re in the market for a fresh pair of Common Projects, a new satin bomber from A.P.C. or one of Steven Alan’s signature button-downs, you’ve come to the right place.
Steven Alan. 103 Franklin St, New York, NY. (212) 343-0692
You probably didn’t expect to find a camping store in the middle of Tribeca, but Best Made Co. is just that. Filled with outdoorsy gear like handmade pocket knives, waxed chore coats and an endless variety of axes, there’s something here for the adventurer inside everyone.
Best Made Co. 36 White St, New York, NY. (646) 478-7092
While her designs are readily available from retail giants like Barney’s and Shopbop, Nili Lotan’s store and studio in Tribeca is where the magic happens. The boutique is filled with Nili’s takes on womenswear classics like black dresses, cashmere sweaters, and cotton tops which are simple yet modern. You might stumble upon a one-of-a-kind sample that hasn’t gone into production yet, or even the perfect bikini for your next beach-themed vacation.
Nili Lotan. 188 Duane St, New York, NY. (212) 219-8794
The Shinola flagship store is a thing of beauty. Complete with an espresso-brewing cafe, spiral staircase and vast skylights, these Detroit watch and leather artisans know how to do retail right. Update your wristwear with a new leather-strap chronograph, or get yourself organized with a linen journal and bridle leather cardholder. If you’re really feeling adventuros, splurge on one of their French style Porteur bicycles to explore the city in style.
Shinola. 177 Franklin St., New York, NY. (917) 728-3000