When you shop at The Thrifty HoG charity shop, you are not only treating yourself to quality vintage and high end fashion, but you are also making a difference in the lives of homeless mothers and their children. HoG is short for Hearts of Gold, a not-for-profit organization that came about in 1996 . . . more
City Opera Thrift Shop supports the creation and design of costumes for productions at the New York City Opera. Browse two floors of gently used articles and clothing for men and women, while classical music softly plays throughout the store. The main room has the look and feel of a large spacious . . . 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.
Daika maximizes usefulness and artistry in its blissful leather products, with clean and simple minimalist designs skillfully constructed in Long Island City, New York. Bags, wallets, sandals, jewelry and personal accessories are handmade by founder and designer, Taishi, a talented graduate of New . . . more
Since 1979 La Petite Coquette offers the finest and largest variety of luxury brand lingerie, nightwear, swimwear, and lounge-wear lines from all over the world. In an intimate setting surrounded by frills and femininity, La Petite Coquette's experienced sales girls with bra fitting expertise pay . . . more
Fashion hounds guised as bargain hunters, roll up their sleeves at this legendary international charitable organization for the unmatchable deals and steals. Armed with patience they skillfully comb through the racks of unkempt clothing. This may just be the dirtiest little secret in the thrift . . . more
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
Since its start in Chelsea Market in 1994, La Maison du Macaron, formerly known as Madeline Patisserie, has been producing some of the finest French baked goods in the city. Executive pastry chef, Pascal Goupil places great importance on baking with fresh seasonal fruits and all-natural . . . more
Handmade in Brooklyn, New York; jewelry designer and metalsmith Jessica D'Amico opened Lady J +1 boutique showcasing her jewelry collections along with clothing accessories and hand illustrated cards made by "Brooklyn only" indie artists.
Within the open studio space you are invited to browse . . . 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
Between taking part in covert proposal operations, and scouring estate sales and old warehouses for vintage gems, Erica Weiner found time to open a charming jewelry boutique in the heart of Nolita. Most enticing is the range of jewels you will discover in Erica Weiner’s store. From antique . . . more
Sit, relax, and enjoy authentic French cuisine while taking in the street scene in the beautiful West Village. Dominique Bistro, named after it's talented Chef, Dominick Pepe, understands the importance of quality, community and ambience. You will not only be enchanted by the authentic french food . . . more
Nibbling at One Girl Cookies one bite at a time. One of Cobble Hill's best kept secrets, this dessert spot is fit for a princess. If fairy tales did come true, you would find Cinderella sitting at the dessert counter, enjoying a plate of petite cookies and a glass of perfectly chilled milk. With an . . . more
The Chelsea Dollar outdoor Flea Market features a variety of independent vendors from the Tri-state area selling vintage and antique items on Saturday and Sunday (weather permitting). Their is a $5 entry fee before 9 a.m., and $1 after 9 a.m. to enter. Be sure to have your hand stamped on the way . . . more