Set in a western rustic interior with wood paneled walls, authentic vintage men's work wear wardrobe can be had for a pretty penny -- pricey, and well worth it. This expertly-stocked vintage shop is favored by stylists as well as designers seeking to knock-off the past.
This beautiful shop with its airy atmosphere sells elegant things for the home. The shop's selection is heavy on luxuriously soft to the touch woven textiles encompassing rugs, towels, blankets, and throws. They also carry lovely soaps, candles and an edited selection of jewelry. . . . more
Third generation Iranian shit maker with his atelier in back making custom shirts to order. The shirt maker also included their own line of off-the-rack shirts produced with super soft cottons. . . . more
Chic and trendy jewelry hand made in Marseile, France. Many pieces are still made by owner and designer, Andre Gas himself. Dainty playful designs incorporate delicate silk tassels, special beads, stones and plated metals. Each piece whispers a touch of elegance. Perfect for a resort getaway by the . . . more
Established 1997, Angel Street Thrift Shop's proceeds benefit the innovative programs of the Lower Eastside Service Center, dedicated to improving the lives of individuals and families affected by Substance Abuse, HIV/AIDS and Mental Illness.
This shop is known for its beautiful furniture . . . more
'Shoe' sell their own brand, Cydwoq: shoes, boots, sandals and purses. Handmade leather footwear designed by Rafi Balouzian are Made in the USA, manufactured in Burbank, CA. Wear for comfort and design in mind. Lots of nice small leather pouches, card holders and wallets. . . . more
Reinstein & Ross' designs are created to be cherished forever. Hand fabricating timeless contemporary jewelry in New York City since 1984, the founders, Susan Reinstein and Brian Ross, collaborate their talents to create jewelry fit for royalty inspired by the Byzantine Empire and the Mysterious . . . more
Anna is one of New York City's few remaining 'independent' ladies clothing boutiques. This fresh and youthful quality women's clothing is produced in the New York City Garment District by local East Village designer Kathy Kemp. Her namesake line "Anna", is a name that has been passed down to each . . . more
Alex Story is a skillful sculptor turned jeweler whose unique jewelry line was inspired by the idea of wearing art. Story states, "I wanted to give people the option to make use of sculpture. Instead of just appreciating with your eye, why not wear it?"
Having studied different forms of visual . . . more
Heather Fagan showcases the grandeur of nature with her unique line of handmade art & jewelry, Bettula. Having been inspired by a piece of birch wood that she found on her family’s property, Heather began what she calls a “curiosity project,” which would bloom into a full line of embellished . . . more
Boasting delicious pizza with crispy thin crust, fresh mozzarella and organic ingredients, Farinella is, understandably, a lunchtime favorite. Hip-hop-artist-turned chef Alberto Polo Cretara brings, from his homeland, the popular four-foot Roman-style pizza called the "palam," which can be ordered . . . more
Justine Pringle and Andy Laird are the owners and creators of Nunu Chocolates, a Brooklyn chocolate company that opened its doors along Atlantic Avenue in 2008. At the boutique, a communal table and roomy lounge hosts chocolate lovers, who are welcome to sit and enjoy a cup of organic tea, glass of . . . more
Delicious, wholesome and fresh! Gelato like it should be with seasonal menu changes reflecting the seasons harvests. This Parisian gelato shop is packed full of gourmet goodies. Scooping a large range of delicious gelato flavours that may be topped with fresh fruit, chocolate, caramel, biscuits . . . 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