Corridor has relocated into a new space in NoLIta that is double the size of its earlier store.
The new shop, at 245 Elizabeth Street, is 900 square feet and replaces the 450-square-foot space on Mott Street.
“The first Corridor store was right around the corner from the new location,” said founder and designer Dan Snyder. “We love this area, but wanted something bigger — a true flagship, where the collection has room to breath. And that’s we got. The new shop is big, bright and comfortable.”
In addition to the men’s and women’s Corridor collections, the store stocks the full selection of Sunshine Blues, the company’s resortwear line, along with a handpicked assortment of complementary third-party goods from some of Snyder’s favorite brands.
“There’s a lot of product, but it’s still a very relaxed space,” he added. “The floors are covered in a mix of vintage Pennsylvania Dutch rugs, Oaxacan kilims, and Indian indigo textiles. We also have some vintage pieces on the walls that I picked up while visiting our manufacturing partners in India. There’s a mix of influences, but it’s still distinctly American — exactly like the clothes we make.”
Snyder, a former contractor for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, created Corridor, a contemporary American-skewed sportswear collection, in 2013.