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.
Mixing the past and the present, this charming antique and vintage shop contains a collected mix of small furnishings and home decor from the 1820's to the Mid Century. The shops owner and curator, Kevin Bockrath is continually sourcing unusual one-of-a-kind pieces keeping the store filled with . . . more
The Penine Hart boutique embodies the philosophy “Art is the icing on the cake of life, it’s how people live”. As a former owner and curator of a SoHo gallery space in the 90s, Penine Hart not only believes that art is essential in life, but demonstrates how the two can be set together. She . . . more
Located in a Front Street mall in the DUMBO neighborhood is Antique Boutique on Front, a small shop visibly brimming with history. The place is packed from top to bottom with intricate antiques and rich furniture, from detailed Baroque chairs to turn-of-the-century lamps dangling from the ceiling . . . more
Housing Works is an advocacy endeavor that seeks to end the crisis of AIDS. While there are advocacy offices located throughout the city, the SoHo location has a bookstore café with a staff of volunteers that gives all profits to Housing Works. The thrift shop locations work in the same way, and . . . more
Set in a western rustic interior with wood paneled walls, authentic vintage men's work wear wardrobe can be had for a pretty penny -- pricey, and well worth it. This expertly-stocked vintage shop is favored by stylists as well as designers seeking to knock-off the past.
Established 1997, Angel Street Thrift Shop's proceeds benefit the innovative programs of the Lower Eastside Service Center, dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by Substance Abuse, HIV/AIDS and Mental Illness.
This shop is known for its beautiful furniture . . . more
Fabulous Fanny’s is one of Manhattan’s most treasured boutiques, specializing in vintage eyeglass frames and apparel for men and women since 2001. The boutique is named after Fanny, the store's pet macaw. Co-owners Ken Finneran and Stanton Blackmer opened their boutique on East Ninth Street . . . more