Totokaelo | New York Shopping

The best way to describe Totokaelo is to call it a contemporary art gallery for fashion. Each piece in the store is seemingly hand picked by a master curator of minimalism. The store even claims to represent artists, designers and creators. Originally founded in Seattle in 2003 as a fashion and accessory shop, the store has since expanded to include furniture and home items. Think marble cube side tables, luscious blankets and designer furniture. Last year, Totokaelo moved their team to New York, opened a store, and launched a fashion line of their own, designed in-house.

The New York Totokaelo store spans multiple levels of an entire brick building in southern Soho. Tucked away on Crosby Street, it’s only a few blocks from Opening Ceremony. Inside, the minimal-minded designed space and white walls allow for a blank canvas to display the geometric furniture and other well-designed pieces for sale. The interior structure is quite interesting as some floors only span half the width of the space, creating some nice overlooks below. The icing on this place is the glass ceiling divided by grey steel beams that allow natural sunlight to flood the space…

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo

Totokaelo
54 Crosby Street
New York, NY 10013

Mon-Fri 11-7pm; Sat 11-8pm; Sun 12-6pm

February 12, 2016
I’m an American photographer and writer based in Paris after living in New York for 7 years and then and spending a year and a half traveling. My work has been featured by the Paris and Nice Tourism Offices, Art Basel, and Refinery 29. Culture Passport is a place to share my travels and experiences in new places, with a focus on cultural attractions.

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