5 meccas for shoes and sneakers New York

NO.6

8 Centre Market Place
(betw Grand and
Broome St)
Nolita
+1 212 226 5759
www.no6store.com

Stop here for a cool selection of clogs in spiffy colors and designs with both wedge and stacked heel (even in bootie styles), plus super-wearable pumps with splayed wide heels and slingbacks in pop colors. This shop was founded by Karin Bereson, a savvy vintage collector/stylist, so the clothes here are special too.

KITH

644 Broadway (betw
Bleecker and Bond St)
Noho
+1 646 648 6285
www.kith.com

Keyed into the world of NYC street style, Queens-born owner and footwear designer Ronnie Fieg is known for his clever collaborations with major brands. The sneakers here are of the limited-edition kind, providing culture-influencing product that his fan base expects.

MATT BERNSON

20 Harrison St
(betw Hudson and
Greenwich St)
TriBeCa
+1 212 941 7634
www.mattbernson.com

Shoes designed by a man who cares about women’s feet. Comfort incorporated into the design makes them perfect for the on-the-go NYC lifestyle. Styles run the gamut: flat slides, mid-heel booties, espadrilles, wedges and pretty stilettos. Nicely priced.

FLIGHT CLUB

812 Broadway
(at W 11th St)
Greenwich Village
+1 888 937 8020
www.flightclub.com

More for the fashion crowd than serious runners. Sneaker fanatics and collectors can search through walls and walls of name-brand sneakers new, vintage and lusted-after. Consignment rules, so sizes are random, upping the thrill of the hunt. Opposite the sneakers is a wall of baseball caps, so you can coordinate your purchase.

THE SHOE BOX

123 Fifth Avenue
(betw E 19th and 20th St)
Flatiron
+1 646 490 6759
www.shoptheshoebox.com

Ladies, you’ve hit the jackpot here with the best designer shoes of the season all in one spot. View the latest from McQueen, Sam Edelman, No. 21, plus their ponymous brand. Go from affordable to wish-list styles, with a conscientious staff who are there for you. Three locations in Manhattan.

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