• Repop New york (Home & Design, Antiques)
  • A few years ago, Rusell Boyle decided he needed a break from the hustle and bustle of New York. He moved to Kansas City to focus on his artwork, but as fate would have it he ended up designing the look and feel of a dry goods store. After residents started to take notice of his creative window displays he realized he had found a passion, and moved back to Brooklyn to open RePOP, a vintage gallery featuring unique furniture, home decor items and… More info
    143 Roebling St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Brooklyn charm New york (Other, Arts & Crafts)
  • Basking in the glow of Etsy superstardom, former Artists & Fleas vendor Tracie Howarth sought a way to surpass her success as an online supplier of jewelry and charm-making materials. So in March 2010 Howarth—a jewelry designer herself—opened Brooklyn Charm, a brick-and-mortar complement to her Etsy venture, Epoch Beads. Now, just off bustling Bedford Avenue sits a veritable toy box of beads, stones, metal trinkets and chains waiting to be… More info
    145 Bedford Ave , Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Mc & co New york (Home & Design, Furniture)
  • In 2006, Dan MacCarthy asked his friend, Corinne Gilbert, to open a store with him. Corinne, an interior designer at the time, agreed and mc & co was born. They turned a former garage in Williamsburg into a store space and began filling it with home decor, jewelry, and the occasional accessory. Today the store still specializes in these items, offering a selection of lamps, mirrors, fabrics, rings and necklaces that are understated yet… More info
    57 North 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Mociun New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Caitlin Mociun is a jewelry designer who opened her namesake shop in Williamsburg not only to sell her own designs, but also to promote the works of upcoming artists, many of whom she counts among her friends. The result is her dream realized: an environment Mociun loves, full of beautiful things. As a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, this former textile designer turned fashion designer, has the impeccable eye and ability to curate… More info
    224 Wythe Ave, New York, NY 11249
  • Treehouse brooklyn New york (Clothing, Women's Clothing)
  • A deep breath away from the hustle and bustle of the Bedford shopping area, Treehouse Brooklyn sits peacefully on Graham Avenue just waiting to be discovered by the intrepid vintage-hunter. The store proudly carries exclusively Brooklyn-based and Brooklyn-designed items ranging from unique garments to one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry. In addition to these items the store offers two house lines: Sirius and Sirius Lux, both designed by the owner… More info
    430 Graham Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Catbird New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • A visit to Catbird is like being miniaturized and climbing into the jewelry box of your eccentric great aunt who never married but travelled extensively and may or may not have had a brief affair with a pirate. Nestled in a tiny space on Bedford Avenue, this store primarily carries independently designed jewelry, 80% of which is made by local NYC artists, both Brooklyn-based and otherwise. Catbird's mid-priced pieces all give off a unique vibe… More info
    219 Bedford Ave , Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Hollander & lexer New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Started by Yaz Benmira and Brian Cousins, Hollander and Lexer offers quite a few options for the modern man. The silhouette is soft and slouchy across the board. Shoulders are relaxed and jackets are frequently unlined, lending a casual air to tailoring. The aesthetic Benmira and Cousins flavor has slowly become the standard for young urbanites looking to polish up, but not lose a sense of ease. Special attention is paid to quality, like in the… More info
    103 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
  • Life:curated New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Life:Curated doesn’t have to try to impose any singular aesthetic on its customer. The message is clear: reasonable prices and well-edited pieces from a wide range of young designers that can cater to a range of needs. Sarah Meyer finds all the unsung heroes of the contemporary market, carrying brands like Timo Weiland, Wood Wood, YMC and Monrow. After going to school for the fashion design, Meyer turned retailer, and it’s just that background… More info
    186 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
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