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Coffee Project
239 E 5th Street
New York, NY 10003
Gigi K
42 University Place
New York, NY 10003
241 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10012
Arth Hat - SoHo
75 West Houston Street
New York, NY 10012
Kimono House kimono house
Kimono House
Kimono House specializes in traditional Japanese shoes and clothing for both men and women. Imported directly from Japan are a wide variety of printed cotton summer kimonos (Yukatas) and beautiful vintage silk Kimonos - perfect to lounge around in after a swim or a bath. Authentic Japanese platform . . . more
131 Thompson Street

(212) 505-0232

Morgane Le Fay - SoHo morgane le fay - soho
Morgane Le Fay - SoHo
The enigmatic yet whimsical label Morgane Le Fay was dreamed up from the ethereal world of King Arthur. Floating dresses of cotton jersey, silk and crinoline that greet you in the SoHo boutique echo back to the magical enchantress that spawned the brand. The feminine collections, which are produced . . . more
67 Wooster Street

(212) 219-7672

Makie makie
Maybe it’s their miniature size, but children’s clothing has always been innately adorable. The clothing at Makie is no exception to that, as the modest SoHo boutique is stocked with charming little items like button downs, striped nautical shirts and onesies for the three-month-old set up to . . . more
109 Thompson Street

(212) 625-3930

Annabelle annabelle
From the winner of Bravo’s 2009 fashion design competition, “The Fashion Show”, comes the Lower East Side boutique, Annabelle. Anna McCraney’s trendy boutique is filled with bright and colorful contemporary clothing for the hip, discerning crowd. Working mostly in silk, McCraney has lined . . . more
105 Stanton Street

(646) 370-2369

lower east side
Grahame Fowler grahame fowler
Grahame Fowler
Grahame Fowler is a beautiful collision of classic British aesthetics and locally made New York menswear. The nautical theme that carries throughout the store décor with sailboats and anchors can also be found in the clothing, with tailored, striped shirts and sailor hats. Fabrics from England, . . . more
West 10th Street

(917) 338 2444

west village
Ale et Ange ale et ange
Ale et Ange
Known for their tropical flower print caps, snap-backs and comfy men’s tees made from 100% cotton vintage deadstock fabric, Ale et Ange serves up high quality street wear in its Lower East Side brick-and-mortar shop. The creative endeavor was launched by Onsoré Ale Oyagha and Eloise Ange . . . more
40 Rivington Street

(212) 228-9865

lower east side
Wendy Nichol Studio wendy nichol studio
Wendy Nichol Studio
Burgeoning high-end accessories designer, Wendy Nichol, has recently added a luxury a clothing line to her repertoire. Beyond her beautiful, lush leather and lambskin handbags that decorate her SoHo boutique, she now has locally made chic and tailored pieces perfect for the modern, downtown woman. . . . more
147 Sullivan Street

(212) 431-4171

Dö Kham dö kham
Dö Kham
This Tibetan treasure chest that lies in the heart of SoHo celebrates it's mystical Himalayan culture, offering beautiful Tibetan clothing and jewelry that are both handmade and affordable. Shop owner Phelgye Kelden designs his signature pieces exclusively for the store under his eponymous label. . . . more
51 Prince Street

(212) 966-2404

Trina Turk trina turk
Trina Turk
Walking into Trina Turk’s boutique in the meatpacking district will take you from a busy New York street to California in the 1970’s. The store décor reflects Turk’s appreciation for her Californian roots, with her ready-to-wear, accessory and home collections displayed throughout the shop, . . . more
67 Gansevoort Street

212 206 7383

meat packing
Warm Boutique warm boutique
Warm Boutique
Warm boutique brings the romance of the tropics to New York City. Located on the fringe of Chinatown this boutique can be easily missed. Influenced by the warmth of the Hawaiian Islands, husband and wife team up to stock the boutique with everything fashionable that goes well with 'warm.' The shop . . . more
181 Mott Street

(212) 925-1200

Babel Fair babel fair
Babel Fair
Babel Fair is a crossroads where the classic, conservative NoLiTa girl meets the edgy, unconventional jet-setter. This whimsical boutique provides a distinct assortment of up-and-coming globally sourced clothing and accessory designers, with a young and eccentric perspective.

Erica Kiang, . . . more
260 Elizabeth Street

(646) 360-3685

Poppy poppy
Poppy boutique is always ahead of the curve. Whether it’s bringing you the very latest from your favorite designers or introducing new lines before they breakout, like with the vintage inspired Stone Cold Fox label, Poppy is the store to visit when you don’t want to look like the many others . . . more
217 Fifth Avenue

(347) 599-1793

park slope
Utility Canvas utility canvas
Utility Canvas
Utility Canvas is the unique vision of Hal Grano and Jillian Kaufman-Grano, a store that embraces a versatile and practical style. Throughout history canvas has played a primary role as a sturdy and reliable industrial material. Here you find the same consistency of high-quality workmanship in . . . more
49 Greenwich Avenue
Arth Hat - SoHo has been reviewed by ZTrend.

(646) 559-4992

west village
Jay Kos jay kos
Jay Kos
Finding inspiration through beauty and his surroundings, Jay Kos delivers a traditional style for men with an elegant twist. To some, fashion is defined by the latest trends and how you wear them, but for menswear designer Jay Kos, it is a personal experience that tells a story about who you are. . . . more
239 Mott Street
Arth Hat - SoHo has been reviewed by ZTrend.

(212) 319-2770

Madame Matovu madame matovu
Madame Matovu
“What does Madame Matovu mean?” one might inquire. In Hebrew, it translates to “what is the good for the lady”; in French, the translation is “a woman who has seen everything.” The meanings are oddly fitting for the small shop located in Greenwich Village, a veritable paradise brimming . . . more
240 West 10th Street
Arth Hat - SoHo has been reviewed by ZTrend.

212 255 2811

west village
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