Chisholm Larsson Gallery, a poster shop located in Chelsea, is home to over 50,000 original vintage prints, ranging from modest to extravagant in both price and size. Their unique collection consists of images from movies and film, sports and politics, war propaganda, and pop culture. While some of . . . more
For those with Metropolitan tastes seeking the crème de la crème of mid-century glassware and ceramics, it is a must to visit The End of History. Displayed proudly upon 20th Century rosewood Danish furnishings appears the world's most extensively-curated collection of fine glassware.
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
Located in the heart of SoHo on Lafayette Street is one of Italy’s oldest and finest treasures. Established in 1612, the Officina Profumo-Farmaceutica di Santa Maria Novella started off as a pharmacy in Florence, Italy where Father Angiolo Marchissi created the finest pharmaceuticals through . . . more
Shop interior furnishing and decor as well as a selection of fine art, books and clothing that inspire and celebrate life. After all it's the little things that make the difference. Clic was opened in 2008 by former stylist and Calypso founder Christiane Celle. Additional locations: East Hampton, . . . more
Cec LePage debuted her eponymous Lucite accessories collection in 1979, creating one-of-a-kind high fashion runway jewelry for John Anthur, Marc Jacobs, Tokio Kumagai, Geoffrey Beene, and Patricia Field, the stylist for HBO’s Sex in the City series. In 1990, LePage went on to launch her line of . . . more
Walk into a colorful world of handcrafted goodies, Jooneechees, an eclectic little gift shop beyond the average retail store. Jooneechees, the Japanese word for 12, was created out of Ann Poole’s vision of owning a shop featuring unique merchandise from a variety of different artists, while . . . 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
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.
SAKAYA (meaning "sake shop" in Japanese) is an East Village boutique offering over 120 different brands of premium sake from artisanal sake brewers located throughout Japan. SAKAYA fits right in on the trendy stretch of East Ninth Street between First and Second Avenues. Its understated design and . . . 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
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