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Behaviour New York
Mon-Sat, noon-8pm; Sun, noon-7pm
Nearby Subway Stops
1 at 18th St.
American Express, Discover, MasterCard
A short walk from Chelsea’s art scene, Behaviour is located in a concrete-floored space that feels like a gallery. Display tables pull out to reveal beds of neckties, while racks of elegant men’s clothing decorate the walls. There are vests, button-downs, sport jackets, and sweaters, many of them from international labels—Mario Matteo, Paolo Pecora, and Memine, from Italy; France's Paul & Joe; and Korean designer WooYoungMi. Many of the dapper, slim-cut styles are finished off with horn buttons and covered seams. While the cuts are generally conservative, multicolored argyle sweaters and loudly printed tees inject some edge into the mix.
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