Totokaelo’s first East Coast outpost opens Saturday on Crosby Street, and it is not a game. The Seattle retailer beloved for its early corralling of avant labels like Rick Owens, Margiela, and Yohji Yamamoto, is offering five floors of fits in every gradation of black anyone could possibly wear at one time.

Dover Street Market, whose Open House on Thursday night was like a meeting of Rei Kawakubo’s most lurid fever dreams, has new installations from Gucci and Shoreditch’s Labour and Wait, and is a fine place to cop Supreme without having to kibbitz with hypebeasts while sitting in a deck chair on the curb. Come for the Gosha Rubchinskiy, stay for the matcha financiers at Rose Bakery.

Adidas, totally aware that people who can't buy Yeezys may buy a cheaper approximation, has set up a Tubular pop-up in Soho through September 12. The shoppable gallery space showcases the brand's upcoming offerings like the Tubular Doom which borrows heavily from the Yeezy Boost and Y-3 Qasa (but clocks in at an affordable $75 per pair), and the Tubular X, which looks equally futuristic.