Store Spotlight: Oak

New York boutique Oak has three locations in the city: one in Brooklyn, two in Manhattan. Oak, formerly Canary, is owned by former stylists Louis Terline and Jeff Madalena who looked to dress "real people." Oak (including its webstore) carries the wearable brands Ksubi, Patrik Ervell, Filippa K and Grey Ant in men and womenswear.

Complex Geometries' light 100% cotton unisex turquoise top comes in an extra wide jersey tee-shirt styling with a pieced guazed underarm for a dolman sleeve effect; it's price runs for $110 at Oak's webstore. The circle beaded button United Bamboo blouse goes for $526; the right off the runway piece comes with circular motif hand beading and embroidery across the chest.

Pants continue to change outfit silhouettes on and off the runway and this pair of bleached out, drop crotch Alexander Wang jeans come in a slouchy/oversize fit. Their pricetag is $332. Oak's house denim comes available in lean-leag fits in the colors yellow, black and blue. The jeans shown run for $152.

Gain a subtle help of height with these 80/20 wedge-tennis shoes at the Oak webstore. The green canvas, lace-up sneaker with built-in 2.5” wedge and gold leather trim fetch for only $98.

1 comment:

underneath said...

I also got a feeling that this part of New York is going to be the new NOW. The store is great - I saw the most beautiful Philip Lim shorts there.. and those ACNE jeans.