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Jpress Location and others

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by demeis, Mar 13, 2005.

  1. demeis

    demeis Senior member

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    I'm gonna be in NYC tommarow and i dont' spend much time there.  I was wondering if someone could let me know the address of JPress.  I know this has also been convered places to go but the search hasn't been bringing anything up (it isn't even finding my post on internships when i type the exact name in).  So if someone could point me to that thread or just list places.  I've already got:

    Century 21
    Syms
    Charles Tywhitt
    Paul Stuart

    I can't think of any other places so if anyone could list some with address i would appreciate it.

    thanks
    Nik

    Edit: i'm looking at these place to apply for a summer job and do some shopping. There are three filenes stores etc. I was wondering which ones are better and i should go to so i don't waste time at ones that aren't that good.
     
  2. jcusey

    jcusey Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    J Press is on 44th Street, just west of Madison and around the corner from Brooks Brothers (the 346 Madison Avenue location).
     
  3. norcaltransplant

    norcaltransplant Senior member

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    Paul Stuart is about a block from BB. Stop by Alden along the way and be tempted by the shell cordos. Tyrwhitt is about 5-6 blocks north on Madison from P/S. Century 21 is far downtown.

    I've never found anything worthwhile at the UWS Filene's--maybe I just didnt know when to look.

    NCT
     
  4. TimelessRider

    TimelessRider Senior member

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    Edited for failing to read the original post thoroughly. [​IMG] There's an Allen Edmonds diagonally across from J Press. Bigger department stores may be looking to hire and always always fun to shop at: Bloomie's : 60th/Lex Saks: 48th/5th Barney's: 60th/Madison Bergdorf's: 58th/5th And don't forget the RL mansion at 72nd/Madison.
     
  5. demeis

    demeis Senior member

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    Hey thanks for the response. The ones i've listed i already know where they are i was wondering if people could recommend additional places to go.
     
  6. ord

    ord Active Member

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    Seize sur Vingt is a cool place to check out. Â It's in NoLita, a little out of the way from most of the other men's stores. You may also want to take a look at some of the websites devoted to living in NYC. They have plenty of information on stores, boutiques, etc. Â Try NY Metro or MUG.
     
  7. jcusey

    jcusey Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    BB is on the NW corner of 44th and Madison. It's pretty much just next door to Paul Stuart.
     
  8. Duveen

    Duveen Senior member

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    If you do go the Mansion, be sure to stop by Silvano Lattanzi, which is just down the street on Madison. I hadn't been in NYC since my clothing obsession reached new heights thanks to this group and I'd forgotten it was in the area. I walked by and glanced in the window, saw the gorgeous shoes and did a double take and went back to press my nose against the glass. I then looked up and realized it was Lattanzi. Alas, they were closed. But it is well worth a trip just to gawk.
     

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