3D printed replicas of you and your friends, even pets! Their amazing DOOB-licator looks like a space age elevator equip with hundreds of cameras that simultaneously snap in seconds to capture your body image from all angles.
2D images go through their proprietary software and are converted . . . more
In 2009, after years of creating unforgettable fragrances for designers such as Kenzo, Hermes and Jimmy Choo, husband and wife team Sylvie Ganter and Gerard Camme launched their very own fragrance house, Atelier Cologne, coining the name cologne absolute.
A brigadiero is a brazilian delicacy created in 1940 - creamier than a truffle, yet softer than a caramel. In Brazil it is the staple dessert at every celebration — the national truffle of Brazil and an icon to the Brazilian culture. Made from condensed milk, powdered chocolate, and butter, . . . 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
When you step into John Fluevog Shoes, one thing comes to mind: leather. Combining intricate designs with quality materials, John Fleuvog shoes brings you a unique line of shoes combining fashion and art. From rustic boots to modernized Mary Janes, there is a shoe to accessorize any personality. . . . more
An exquisite variety of fine eats and treats. Cafe M has an air of being in Paris, with it's sidewalk cafe and chic petite interior filled with delicious nibbles of gourmet chocolate bars, French Macarons and pints of local hand-packed ice creams. Complimenting the fresh pastries, delicious . . . more
Prepare to amaze your palette with some of the finest teas from the family-run Harney & Sons, a gourmet tea shop and tea salon. What started out as a small operation, distributing eight teas, now carries over 300 types, sourced from small tea farms all over the world. Customers can find an eclectic . . . more
The charming, neighborhood bakery is home to sweets from one of the top pastry chefs in the country, Dominique Ansel, creator of the much sought-after cornut. Filled with flaky, croissant-like dough, miniature meringues, cakes, tarts, sorbet, and even items appropriate for a lunch meeting. . . . more
Dirty Bird serves slowly prepared comfort food made with healthy, organic seasonal ingredients. Delicious Southern-inspired chicken dishes are made with free-range organic chickens, raised without hormones or antibiotics. The soulful comfort food menu includes traditional Southern fried chicken . . . 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
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
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
Mastihashop is the official store of a co-op from the island of Chios, Greece. It is the only shop in America to feature the unique product Chios Mastiha, which is a resin found exclusively on trees on the southern portion of Chios. The tree sap is quite special because it is a natural resource . . . more
You may have heard about a magical time when a place called Chocolate Bar served up homemade lemon fizzy's and egg creams the old fashion way, with a hand-held seltzer bottle and CO2 cartridge. Well they are back. New York's favorite Chocolate Bar has just re-opened in the West Village right down . . . more
Creating jewelry from found objects is Laura Lobdell’s special art. As if by magic, this artist-silversmith transforms common found objects into unique jewelry with curious, quirky narratives. We had the opportunity to meet with Lobdell at her cozy shop off Seventh Avenue in Greenwich Village. In . . . more