J. Crew is stepping up it’s game with it’s newest venture, a pop-up shop in an old liquor store called the Tribeca Mens Shop. The shop features a good selection of items, I mean, it’s a full mens clothing store, but these aren’t pieces you’ll find in a normal J. Crew store. But what I’m more interested in is the store itself, which takes an older space and revitalizes it, a trend that’s proving quite popular right now.
First there’s Earnest Sewn, which is moving into the old Good Year Tires building on Beverly, here in Los Angeles. Then there’s Malin + Goetz which is opening it’s second store in an old Puerto Rican owned barbershop on Amsterdam and 82nd in New York. I’m personally loving this trend, to me it makes the experience of shopping so much nicer as these places are already filled with years of charm and character. I also think it’s pretty inspiring as well, especially when it comes to how I’d like to decorate my apartment, haha…
You can check out more photos of the store as well the collection by clicking here.