This specialty boutique features the best-of-the-best vintage and pre-owned fashion with all proceeds benefiting The United Jewish Council of the East Side. Shop an assortment of immaculate donations where daily arrivals fill the racks with shoes, handbags, and neckties and clothing bearing designer luxury labels for men and women. The boutique is neatly organized by article with authentic vintage items located in the rear. A gorgeous collection of jewelry and small accessories are beautifully presented under glass inside an vintage oak wood 1940s Tiffany & Co. showcase, original to Tiffany’s Fifth Avenue flagship store.
Vintage Thrift West is the nonprofit's second location with its original Gramercy store, Vintage Thrift, established in 1990. It is one of few remaining charity thrift shops in New York City where quality items are sold. The store is like a time capsule, brimming with truly lovely vintage things, where one can furnish and decorate an entire apartment from top-to-bottom. The windows, dressed to the nines, feature genuine vintage items for sale through silent auction.
Written by Jenna Chambers | Edited by Sabrina Tate
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