There's No Place Like NoMad

March 3, 2017

Todd Snyder: Art and Dress — the Ultimate Ensemble

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Todd Snyder’s haberdashery nestled at the North side of Madison Square Park is on a mission to outfit the modern man for the tony streets of Manhattan. Knowing that a man is more than his clothes and that his aesthetic tastes, — sartorial and artistic — deepen his character, Todd Snyder’s will be displaying the eclectic artwork of Erik Benson starting March 6. The painter, based in Brooklyn, constructs work “informed by fragments of urban landscape and culture that are found in the everyday.”

The show is being presented in partnership with all-things-beautiful curator, 1stDibs and international art dealer Edward Tyler Nahem.

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Opened in NoMad December 2016, the Todd Snyder flagship store, located on the corner of 26th Street and Madison Avenue, has set out not only to outfit the busy denizens of Manhattan with a dapper suit, but also a lasting experience to boot.  The store has everything any cosmopolitan gent would ever need. There are extremely hospitable, multi-hyphenate personnel ready to assist; a coffee bar, a cocktail and tapas program soon to launch from Lower East Side’s El Rey, and a playlist groomed by music stylists Gray V, Prescription glasses and sunnies from Moscot, a TS-branded Champion athleisure label, vintage Rolexes, and an on-site tailor for bespoke suits are just a few of the amenities to create the complete man. A barbershop is soon to open, as well.

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It’s this slant on curation that makes the store so today. “Approachable luxury,” said Tre Romero, store director for the brand. “We cater to the gent who’s a little more elegant, but also likes to have fun.” And after browsing the space for a few minutes, it’s easy to imagine spending all of one’s money here.

Stop in to the NoMad location and stay for a couple of hours. Walk out with a suit, a cup of coffee and a new appreciation for the finer things in life.

Todd Snyder Madison Park
25 E 26th St, New York, NY 10010
Mon 10am-8pm Sun 11am-7pm