TRUNK boutique located in New York’s next great idyllic neighborhood of DUMBO, is thinking locally by supporting community artists and designers in the five boroughs who create excellent high-quality pieces with low impact on the environment.
A pact between a group of New York designers to . . . more
The inspiration behind the shop's name, "Extra," comes from the happy coincidence of shop owner, Koji Kusakabe's long time business name, "One More," and the name of the street where he would open his business, "Extra Place." "One More" is synonymous with "Extra," and the name of the street has . . . more
So you're an ageless beauty and want to slip into a little something that forgives those tiny flaws without compromising style. At Marjory Warren you'll never have to worry about finding something that doesn't flatter your figure. Each piece is hand selected to compliment all body shapes and sizes. . . . more
Designed in Paris with flair, these European men's shirts and custom tailored suits are uniquely fashioned. Distinct fabrication to Aksel's ready-to-wear shirts are the curved four-inch double inseams, slimming to the torso. High and extra-high collars prevent the shirt from sinking into the . . . more
Meg Cohen is known for her soft cashmere scarves, gloves and hats for men and women. Available year-round in her SoHo boutique are luxurious wool-angora blankets, marble cotton and light-weight woven cashmere scarves in stripes and solid colors. Fall and winter cashmere arrivals begin to populate . . . more
Noir et Blanc clothing boutique is a fusion of sophistication and edge. Searching through racks and racks of clothing is unnecessary here; Deborah Koenigsberger, Noir et Blanc’s stylist and owner has years of experience dressing her long-time clients, and will personally find the right outfit for . . . more
Entering The Little House stirs youthful memories of happening upon safe, secret hiding places that provided warmth and a sense of refuge. A narrow, spiral staircase leads you down to the intimate interior that holds a limited amount of apparel for him and her, artwork, candles, postcard sets and . . . more
Alpana Bawa doesn’t believe in black. Her love of color is beautifully evident in her NoLIta boutique, from the red vinyl floor to the infinite color palette that defines her clothing and accessories. Alpana Bawa’s upbringing in India is apparent in her brilliant designs as well, as the mix of . . . more
Palmer Trading Company conveys tradition, quality and comfort in clothing and accessories fit for the American man. "Made in America" is how the shop's sign should read. Reminiscent of the days when a man gave his word, sealed a contract with a hand shake, Palmer Trading Company is a men's . . . more
With twenty years of classic and feminine clothing design under her belt, Janice Huminska makes full circle, returning to her beloved neighborhood on a quaint, tree-lined street in the East Village. The boutique has the scent of freshly picked flowers and the interior boasts elegance with racks of . . . 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
Animal lovers come to the rescue when donating their gently used items, and when shopping at Pawz for Cauz Thrift Shop, a non profit organization providing financial funds and supplies to animal welfare organizations, rescue groups, and no-kill shelters since 2010. The shop features a nice . . . 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.
Graham's design sense is casual and comfortable, yet sophisticated with his distinct use of layering luxury fabrics encouraging the individuality of the wearer to create their own look. A strong contrast is created when layering rich thick knits with soft sheer silks. Opposite fabric textures, . . . more