The showroom and storefront at The Space hosts a variety of goods hand-picked
from carefully selected brands worldwide. Explore artifacts of all types in a luxury environment.
Visits by appointment only
Known for its handcrafted knives, leather bags and various home goods, Poglia's “ruggedly handsome” products that embody old-world traditions and symbolize, as the NYTimes Style Magazine stated, “a throwback to simpler days for the modern man.” Poglia collaborated with The Explorers Club, MadeWorn and Old Joe Japan, and has received praise from press internationally, notably the NYTimes Style Magazine, Harper's Bazaar and Conde Nast Traveler.
A military-chic brand that specializes in fur parkas and padded bomber jackets, made mostly from vintage military garments. Customization has always been at the core of the AS65 philosophy, so the collection incorporates studs and embroidered patches, which pay tribute to those found on Japanese souvenir jackets. In AS65, military-caliber performance meets luxury-streetwear, and each parka is finished with coyote or fox fur.
The ultimate bicycle for a true connoisseur.
Ascari offers classically designed, hand-built (in Brooklyn) bicycles, fusing a sense of timelessness with an equally timeless appreciation for the hand-built bicycle. Custom orders are welcome, Ascari offers a complete bespoke experience tailored to your needs.
Introducing Fortela, by Alessandro Squarzi. A collection of mens jackets, vests and pants tailored exclusively in Italy. Grounded firmly in tradition and iconic Italian style, Fortela boasts an authentic, broken-in feel with a twist of subtle innovation. Each garment incorporates unique fabric sourced mostly from antique Japanese looms, genuine army surplus and non-military stock.
Old Joe & Co.
Old Joe & Co., a Tokyo-based brand celebrated for top-notch quality and timeless Japanese/Americana heritage vibes, makes its USA debut at The Space NYC. Every garment at OLD JOE BRAND is handcrafted in Japan using designs recreated from timeless heritage products. Their fabric is excellently durable for a lifetime of use, and they use dyeing techniques developed from traditional Japanese methods.
Himel Bros began as a vintage clothing business in the early 1990’s, and now offers a limited batch of ready-made leathers and custom pieces on a made-to-order basis. Himel Bros boasts designs that will forever remain grounded in history, and that earn character through rough-wear, marks and fades.
Jay Bearden is a master curator and collector of vintage furniture and goods, with a specialty in the French market. The Space NYC's showroom display incorporates some of his landmark finds.
Osklen, headed by Creative Director Oskar Metsavaht, is an international luxury brand that combines innovative dynamism and natural, Brazilian vibrance.
Osklen embodies beautiful, functional design and high quality.