New Yorker is one of the leading companies in the youth fashion sector in Europe. Since opening its first branch in Flensburg in northern Germany in 1971, New Yorker has grown steadily. Currently, New Yorker has over 900 branches in over 30 countries.
The company's assortment consists of private labels, which include:
Fishbone and Fishbone Sister - brands that appeal especially to young people who want to emphasize their personality through Streetwear style. Fishbone fascinates with sports, colorful and comfortable clothes for young men, while Fishbone Sister offers a line that, on the one hand, focuses on a sporty design, and on the other hand, on a cut that emphasizes the beauty of the female body.
Amisu and Smog - Amisu is a collection designed for women aware of the latest trends, who like to stand out through feminine and stylish clothes. The Smog line, on the other hand, offers men both elegance and elements of the Streetwear style, which is distinguished by a simple and fashionable cut preferred by men. Casual style and denim fashion are characteristic of the Amisu and Smog collections.
Censored - Romantic bras, seductive corsets and airy nighties, as well as sports hipsters are certainly among the elements of this brand.
Swimmwear - is a line of swimwear supplemented with a wide range of accessories such as pearls, sequins and shiny stones.
Accessories - a wide range of various accessories that will perfectly complement any outfit.