Nixon Sets Up Shop In NYC

by The Editors on December 17, 2015


Nixon announced today (December 17, 2015) the opening of their first New York City retail location on Prince St., right in the heart of Soho.

Built with award-winning design features, the SoHo location will bring to life the brand’s action sports heritage. The store will showcase Nixon’s signature watch table: featuring open-merchandising of watches in the shape of an undulating wave. The watch table invites consumers to try on and experience product first hand. Anchoring the store is Nixon’s customization bar, which allows customers the opportunity to create one-of-a-kind watches. The new space will also give Nixon the opportunity to spotlight its limited-edition offerings, including its new automatic, Swiss-made RSVP collection.

Nixon SoHo is located at 122 Prince Street, between Wooster and Greene Street, and is open daily from 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday – Saturday and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays. The shop can be reached at 917.262.0560.


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AVE Grabs Thrasher’s 2015 SOTY

by The Editors on December 9, 2015


Who was the hardest working man in skateboarding this year? Yep, according to Thrasher Magazine it was Anthony Van Engelen whom they named Skater Of The Year for 2015. And we’re not going to argue with them. Vans has every right to be proud of him. Here’s what they’re saying:

With Vans since 2005, and star of the final part in Vans’ first-ever full length skateboarding video, Propeller released in May, AVE’s performance has dominated the skateboarding scene for the better part of the decade, representing a class of style all his own while influencing generations of skateboarders both modern and legendary. Today, he becomes a legend in his own right, joining past SOTY winners from the Vans team including John Cardiel, Geoff Rowley, Tony Trujillo and Salman Agah.

For the rest of the official word from Vans, please follow the jump.
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