This cheeky femme-girl power shop sells cute little kick-butt trinkets, jewelry and fashion items to express a girls point of view (whether you like it or not). She'll find just about everything she needs to liberate her inner gutsy Grrrl power and fight like one too. . . . more
Domis' meaning translated is 'home' and once you arrive in this wonderful special place you will create your own connection within the spirit of the store. It has sole. Beautiful hand-made pottery and glassware from local artists, as well as Hell's Kitchen neighborhood artists. So many surprises . . . more
New York City's first philanthropic concept store celebrating art, humanity, and love for the special little things in life. On a mission to support ethical consumerism MAISON 10 features niche brands from 100 artists where 10% of all sales are donated to a vast variety of charities.
Nothing will prepare you for the sensory overload provided by Plyones. Don’t let the bright colors and playful displays fool you—this French shop is not only for kids, but also for grown-ups who are kids at heart! With quirky gadgets and accessories stacked from wall to wall, you are sure to . . . more
Thomas Sires puts the fun in functional with adorable clothing and a broad array of lifestyle merchandise. The boutique embraces many interests for a youthful demographic, featuring seasonal selections of women's and children's clothing, small purse accessories, home textiles and wonderful gift . . . more
Representing the best of Israeli artists and designers, Rosebud boutique is akin to a gallery of contemporary — but wearable art. You can discover its treasures for yourself by taking ZTrend's detour to New York's Upper East Side, where you'll discover little-known contemporary fashion designers' . . . more
Teich strives to fill its shelves with one-of-a-kind local designs and sustainable treasures for guys, gals and babies alike. This mom and pop store came from the creative minds of husband and wife team, J.J. and Allison McGowan. The West Village store was established in 2011 and carries Ernest . . . more
Gumbo is a most unusual place for adults and children. It struck us as a neighborhood community center. Offering unusual classes for infants and adults alike. She does her best to keep her classes updated but if you want to be sure that you don't miss a beat we suggest you contact Gumbo directly . . . more
Thousands of curious items to fill thousands of daily needs ascend the jam-packed high shelving at Annie's Blue Ribbon. A wide variety of old world games and toys; personal & necessary items such as vintage toothpastes, soaps and luxury lotions; things for the home: detergents, towels, bowls & . . . more
Hidden away on the second floor above Chelsea's New London Pharmacy is New London Luxe, selling home-ware with an international or domestic flair, as well as other intricately styled luxury items. At New London Luxe, one learns that luxury today does not require a high price tag. The philosophy . . . more
Located in the heart of SoHo on Lafayette Street is one of Italy’s oldest and finest treasures. Established in 1612, the Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella started off as a pharmacy in Florence, Italy where Father Angiolo Marchissi created the finest pharmaceuticals through . . . more
Pearl River Chinese department store, once a long standing New York institution had to close it's doors back in December 2015 due to real estate inflation. It has now resurfaced down in Chinatown at a much smaller location — an edited version of the former glorious Pearl River. Unfortunately the . . . more
Fresh, funky, fun, but never tasteless, Reminiscence has more to offer than your typical vintage store. Full of good vibes and old-fashioned surprises, the shop sells an eccentric array of clothing, accessories, gifts, and knick-knacks. Some items date as far back as the 1930s, while others, like . . . more
Kyotoya is a small Japanese boutique specializing in vintage and antique kimonos for men, women and children. Reiko Goto, proprietor of Kyotoya, travels to Kyoto each year, where she hand selects the kimonos for her store, which is located in the Flatiron district of New York City.