Scene magazine heard Nick Wooster moved into a new apartment in Manhattan so they stopped by his new digs with a camera in tow. "Stepping inside his West Village apartment, it's hard not to believe we've just discovered Manhattan's coolest boutique," writes Laura C. Mallonee. "Lined across the black living room shelves, shiny brogues and distressed work boots stand at attention—among them a pair of Tricker's wingtips that Wooster bought 30 years ago and still wears." From his hats in the kitchen and industrial lighting fixtures to his dresser which once belonged to Martha Stewart (that he painted black), click on to get a better view.