328 E. 11th St., New York, NY, 10003
nr. Second Ave.
By exmontrealer on 7/3/2007
I was shopping at the Lafayette Street store, and eavesdropping as two salespeople behind the register gossiped about customers. One of them actually said that a customer she had a crush on was the only one she ever bothers helping. Sure enough, I was ignored my entire seven minutes in the store. I guess schmucks like me just have to help ourselves -- by walking out and never coming back. They must laugh their heads off at people who shop here. Do you really need any other reason to stay away from this pretentious, overpriced joke of a store?
By jbarnett_72 on 5/4/2007
Great concept and solid execution...but the service is spotty, at best. They really need to hire men over the age of 21, seriously! But it's nice to have a hip space that's entirely devoted to young men with style...finally!
By jmcd1979 on 9/30/2006
I get it: t-shirts are the new fashion must have. but all i see is the emperor's new clothes. Saying their selection is special is like saying Paris Hilton offers something to the world. I saw a lot of t-shirts, i saw a lot of brands i see in other shops (or carbon copies of those brands). I saw a sales team who wasnt interested in me being there (high marks for that. . .i hate overzealous sales people). I guess there is a market for this, but to call it quality and call it fashion is just silly.