Niketown

Niketown

As the name would suggest, Niketown is an outlet of behemoth proportions, featuring some of the trendiest sports and streetwear on the high-street. From the coveted Air-Max sneakers, to the “Just Do It” branded accessories, Nike has been the brand to be seen in since the close of the 1990’s. Conveniently located within the Mid-town shopping area of New York, Niketown offers five floors of branded apparel catering for every sports niche imaginable. If you’re looking for cutting-edge streetwear, head to the warehouse-like fifth floor which stocks everything the fashion-conscious modern man or woman needs.

Adidas Originals

Adidas Originals

Set within the trendy shopping district of SoHo, the New York City outlet is comparatively bigger than those of other cities set within a concept space resemblant of a garage. Flaunted by brand-loving Run D.M.C in the 1980’s, Adidas has never since gone out of fashion. Perhaps it’s the ever evolving ranges of street-credible sneakers and footwear, or the identification with new urbanwear trends that have contributed to the brand’s success. Or likely still, it’s because of emporiums like Wooster Street where sports enthusiasts across the spectrum will find comfortable, adaptable work-out attire to suit their lifestyle. Adidas really does have …continue reading

Barnes & Noble

Barnes & Noble

Conveniently located just minutes from Park Avenue, Barnes and Noble is widely considered one of New York’s best book “department” stores. With an in-house Top 100, abundantly stocked Newsstand, and the New York Times Bestsellers section, Barnes and Noble have something to offer every man, woman and child who step into the oldie-world interior. Books are conveniently categorized by genre, allowing for the easy location of bestsellers, paperbacks and art-house books, as well as reference and political literature. If you’re one of iPad generation, you can also enjoy downloadable books via the NOOK app, a concept designed for the seamless download …continue reading

Left Bank Books

Left Bank Books

There are few traditional bookstores left in the city, yet Left Bank Books at West Village still retains that air of a traditional bookshop, complete with wooden panelling and towering shelves. For the best of first edition prints and signed rarities, Left Bank Books is the best option.

Bookcourt

Bookcourt

Although not situated within the bustling central metropolis of New York, this downtown Brooklyn bookstore houses its own fair share of attention-grabbing titles. From the latest fantasy paperbacks, to old-time classics, you’ll find a well stocked supply at Bookcourt. With a friendly team, several “occasional” chairs and a peacefulness the large chain stores lack, you can feel free to browse in casual solitude, or engage the expertise of staff at will. Look out for exerpt readings from both local, and well-known writers who regularly frequent this charming store.

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