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.
Back in the 80's, one could always find a sweet piece of art by a street artist to decorate a New York apartment. Street art wasn't expensive; it was fun. It was an open expression of an artist's view point to hang on your wall. Either you agreed with the message or you didn't. For a small . . . more
At Puro Chile, everything comes from Chile. Celebrating Chile's cultural past and present through Chilean food, wine and art. On display in this museum-style boutique, are many attractive objects depicting one country's love, for beauty throughout history.
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
As a family-run urban oasis, Saffron proves to be a young, hip floral shop with an appreciation for talented artists and all things vintage. Inspired by a past with few yet memorable objects, within a backyard familiar to Spike Lee cinematography, owner Kana Togashi opened Saffron just 17 years . . . more