Ask any self-proclaimed Fashion Girl™ where to snag a street style-ready jacket for fall and chances are she'll point you towards The Arrivals. Founded in 2014, the direct-to-consumer brand has roots in architecture and design, which explains the structured yet functional aesthetic of most of its key pieces. From sleek puffers to bad-ass leather, the label boasts a collection of must-haves for both men and women who want to look cool while staying warm.
Now, following the success of its first-ever pop-up in New York, the mostly online retailer has returned to brick-and-mortar, opening three experiential shopping locations in NYC, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. With the help of NYC-based design studio Bower and interior designer Lotte van Velzen, The Arrivals are turning the dreaded seasonal trek for a new coat into a chic conceptual ritual. If the attendees of its Soho opening bash were any indication, it appears the city's most fashion-forward cool kids will be rocking The Arrivals all winter long.
Click through for an inside look at the New York pop-up at 42 Crosby Street, open through January 28, 2018.
[Photos courtesy The Arrivals]