This sweet jewelry boutique features a discriminating selection of beautiful antique and vintage Jewelry, as well as vintage Hollywood style ladies accessories. Reverie NYC is well hidden in the basement of the Antique Showplace Center — a 12 story building that was once renowned for its opulent . . . more
40 West 25th Street New York Showplace Antique Center
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.
Wendy Mink's jewelry designs represent the perfect balance of femininity and uniqueness. The collections signature pieces, combine aspects of traditional Eastern world jewelry with classic European design. Simply put; Wendy Mink’s designs will complete your look.
You will be met with an array of beautifully crafted handmade clothing and leather purses when you enter Marrakech, a tailor shop operating in the East Village for the last 15 years. Fattah, the owner and man responsible for this amazing shop, is not only a custom clothier but a tailor, dressmaker . . . more
Erica Tanov’s embraces a new location within ABC Carpet and Home store. You can expect playful bohemian chic sensibility with soft and clean textures. You'll find flirty undergarments, classic designs from the likes of Megan Park and Alexander Wang, stationery and gift decorations, patterned . . . more
Getting a haircut at Doodle Doo’s is more than just a haircut, it’s an experience. This unique children’s boutique is an entirely chemical free hair salon, toy store, and gift shop for babies, kids, and their moms. Owner Dana Rywelski, a former Montessori pre-school teacher and nanny, with a . . . more
Bringing the beauty from the South of France to the West Village, Le Fanion features French Country antiques, vivid pottery and the most charming home décor. Everything hails from France's sunny Southern Province handpicked by Claude-Noelle Toly and partner. Reminiscent of a fairy tale . . . 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
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 . . . 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
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
Highway brings a colorful assortment of practical yet feminine cross-body bags, wallets and scarves to the Nolita neighborhood. In 2000, designer Jem Leaf embarked on creating a brand that reflects the concept of a highway, a route that connects people and ideas from all walks of life. The bags are . . . 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
Dolhathai Srijamcharoen has been transforming a lifetime of curiosity and adventure into a beautiful collection of antique jewelry and home decor. Each past object tells a story, hand-crafted from excavated antique dinner plates, soap dishes, glass bottles, porcelain dolls, hotel key tags, and . . . more