Restore Clothing

325 West 38th St. #1602

New York City garment industry veterans, Anthony and Celeste Lilore, launched RESTORE® CLOTHING to share their vision of social responsibility and their commitment to producing timeless, well constructed, essential garment collections. The parent com... more

New York City garment industry veterans, Anthony and Celeste Lilore, launched RESTORE® CLOTHING to share their vision of social responsibility and their commitment to producing timeless, well constructed, essential garment collections. The parent company, NOCHAIRS, is an established supplier of custom clothing programs to the in-store and support personnel of the cosmetic and fragrance industries and the hotel and spa industries. Since 1994 the companies have grown into a larger enterprise that now designs, sources and develops custom private label active wear programs for retail fashion as well as the health and wellness industries. Their decision to launch RESTORE® CLOTHING is a natural progression of their environmental ideals that also fits the needs of a consumer who appreciates and expects comfort and flawlessly executed earth friendly clothing. Hence, a responsible clothing company was born, RESTORE® CLOTHING.


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Hell's Kitchen Description

Restore Clothing is located in the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood of Manhattan. Known as "Clinton" by the municipal government and devotees of former mayor DeWitt Clinton and as "Hell's Kitchen" by Daredevil and everyone else, this area of Midtown West is currently experiencing rapid (re)development. Spanning roughly from West 34th to 59th Streets and from 8th Avenue to the Hudson River, it still has a rough-and-tumble character when compared with other more defined neighborhoods in Manhattan. Once a bastion of poor and working-class Irish Americans, over the last decade the neighborhood has undergone tremendous gentrification as a result of its proximity to Midtown's many office buildings. Long-time residents, many of whom enjoyed reasonable rents and decent-sized apartments, are finding that conversion of rent-controlled and -stabilized apartments, coupled with the general building boom and strong economy, brought quick change to this formerly sleepy area. Given the strange, even Byzantine zoning regulations in New York, it’s not unusual to see a tiny brownstone, a remnant of another era, adjacent to or near a brand-new high-rise rental or condominium building. While the wholesome new Theater District has resulted in lower crime rates and decreased the area’s quality-of-life problems such as prostitution, urban transformation for some means a loss of the gritty qualities of this neighborhood for others.

While you'll find thousands of new apartments in Hell's Kitchen west of Ninth Avenue, you'll also find dozens of eclectic and interesting restaurants to boot. Some of our favorites include the terrific Daisy May's BBQ on Eleventh Avenue; the German cuisine of Hallo Berlin and nearby Queen of Sheba featuring great Ethiopian cuisine on Tenth Avenue; French patisserie La Bergamote on West 42nd Street; Bali Nusa Indah on Ninth Avenue has intriguing Indonesian dishes; the Film Center Café for high-powered American diner-style dishes; and the many Thai places dotting Ninth Avenue too numerous to mention.

Hotels in Hell's Kitchen include a number of budget places the further west you go such as The 414 Hotel and the Skyline. While there are dozens of hotels on Eighth Avenue and throughout the Theater District on Eighth Avenue and Broadway, Hell's Kitchen enjoys a somewhat more relaxed pace than the frenetic hubbub you'll find just two avenues further east.

Check out the neighborhood's weekly Chelsea-Clinton News, a great local publication that’s been around longer than the former U.S. President’s daughter!

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325 West 38th St. #1602
New York, NY 10018
212.643.3408
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@CloeCouture Yanny May 18, 2018

@alldaydaoyi @MaxwellOsborne hey guys Anthony frm @RESTORE_NYC to follow up on #sustainablefashion #items at moma. Let’s talk next moves. October 30, 2017


https://t.co/2LiM6MJUuy August 30, 2017

Thanks Andy, great work.
https://t.co/rtDqhuQZxx August 06, 2017

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