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Corridor NYC Mens Clothing Opening Sunday on Larchmont

Corridor NYC men’s clothing is opening this Sunday at 141 N Larchmont Blvd. at 10:00 a.m. Retail Director Lucas Marshall and Store Manager Orly Menachem were getting the store ready when we took this photo today.


Just in time for Sunday’s 100th anniversary celebration of Larchmont Blvd, Corridor NYC, a men’s clothing store, will be opening at 141 N. Larchmont in the former Blends Shoes space.  “Corridor is a New York-based, independent brand focused on positive energy and inspired by color, nature, music, parties, love, spirituality, and New York life,” according to its website.


Handmade sweaters and cotton T-shirts fill this rustic armoire.


The textiles and garments are designed in-house with family-owned workshops around the world selected for the best quality weaving, knitting and sewing, explained Lucas Marshall, Retail Director for the company. The company is best known for its super soft fabrics and hand crocheted cardigan sweaters. While the focus is primarily men, the sizes range from extra small to extra large, making it easy to find a fit that works for women too.

Marshall and Orly Menachem, Store Manager, were hard at work getting the store ready to open this weekend when we stopped by to take some photos. Larchmont is the first Los Angeles location for the New York-based company. Its other two locations are in Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn.

According to the company’s website, “the Corridor namesake and concept are informed by both the brand’s aesthetic and origin story. After a lifetime of living up and down the Northeast Corridor, designer Dan Snyder founded the company in 2013 out of his sixth-floor walk-up in the East Village, NYC. He remains the sole designer of the brand, and his love and enthusiasm are in every piece.”


Alpaca crewneck sweaters made in Peru by family owned workshops that partner with the company.


It’s nice to have a new retail store open on Larchmont, especially since there are so many vacancies right now. Hopefully, the opening will be a positive sign for the future of retail on the street.

The new store certainly improves the backdrop for Sunday’s dedication of another new addition to Larchmont, the new street tree.  Another improvement would be to remove the now unused street dining area installed by Uncool Burgers, which closed in August. Several retailers and local leaders have contacted the City Council District 4 office for help getting the City’s Al Fresco dining program to return the space for parking.


Corridor is located right next door to the new street tree at 141 N. Larchmont Blvd.


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Patricia Lombard
Patricia Lombard
Patricia Lombard is the publisher of the Larchmont Buzz. Patty lives with her family in Fremont Place. She has been active in neighborhood issues since moving here in 1989. Her pictorial history, "Larchmont" for Arcadia Press is available at Chevalier's Books.

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  1. Perhaps re-organizing City’s Al Fresco dining program spaces would be an option. Some restaurants (like the newest one to open) appear to be doing very well with their outdoor dining option.


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