• Mood fabrics New york
  • Located in the heart of the Garment District, Mood Designer Fabrics has long been a New York mecca for fashion professionals, students and craftspeople. While it has always been well-known to fashion insiders, these days this hub of the retail fabric industry is also frequented by fans of the hit television show Project Runway, which prominently features the store. Mood stocks an exhaustive yet affordable selection culled from some of today’s… More info
    225 West 37th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10018
  • M&j trimming New york
  • Originally stocking only lace, M&J Trimming has kept shop at the same Garment District location since 1936, which is no small feat in this fair city. Michael J. Cohen, a third-generation proprietor who runs the shop, has managed to maintain its well-deserved reputation for providing high quality products while venturing into new territory. In addition to lace, M&J now stocks myriad trimmings, tassels, and appliqués, as well as an enormous… More info
    1008 Sixth Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10018
  • Murray's cheese New york
  • Many locales are credited as being New York City “institutions” and the appellation is not always justified. Sometimes, however, it totally is. Enter Murray's Cheese. Started in 1940 by a Jewish immigrant who'd served in the Spanish Civil War, this Village landmark has become a go-to destination for cheese addicts from all over the city and the world. Indeed, Murray's is one of those vaunted, wait for it . . . , institutions that New Yorkers… More info
    43rd St & Lexington Ave (Grand Central Terminal), Manhattan, New York, NY 10017
  • Midtown comics New york
  • With more than 500,000 comics in stock and a collection that encompasses everything from Japanese manga to the latest graphic novels, even obsessive fans will recognize that Midtown Comics is a mecca for ink lovers everywhere. The lively shop also proudly houses an incredible archive of back issues that is always expanding and changing. And the fun doesn’t stop there. Customers who venture to the second floor will set their sights upon character… More info
    200 West 40th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10018
  • Moma design store New york
  • The MoMA Design Store had its beginnings in 1939 as a small sales desk in the lobby of the Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan. Today it has grown into an impressive retail presence, occupying two locations in New York City and offering e-commerce internationally. The store shares the mission of the museum, supporting its endeavors to educate the broader public about modern art and design through its innovative and inspiring offerings. Its… More info
    44 West 53 St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10019
  •  zezé flowers New york
  • When Zezé left his native Brazil to pursue Broadway dreams in the Big Apple, he may not have envisioned a charming little shop blooming with colors and artwork. Fortunately for flower-loving New Yorkers, that vision comes to life in Zezé Flowers, the eponymous shop on Manhattan’s East Side. The owner has brought his passion for drama and his knowledge of mise-en-scene to the selection of flowers and arrangements offered in the shop - in addition… More info
    938 1st Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10022
  • Cursive New york
  • Central Terminal, a must-see destination for tourists and native New Yorkers alike, houses Cursive, located conveniently along the Lexington Passage next to the famous constellation ceiling. Cursive carries great stationary, toiletries, and home décor, including candlesticks, frames, vases, and decorative boxes. Its Grand Central location, which opened in 2009, is an expansion from its store in ABC Carpet & Home, New York City’s chic and… More info
    107 East 42nd St (Grand Central Terminal), Manhattan, New York, NY 10017
  • Leather spa New york
  • Leather Spa is Upper-Manhattan’s go-to place for shoe repair and maintenance. Years of reliable service has earned owners Carlos and David Mesquita a long list of celebrity clients, but they also cater to tourists and large department stores, such as Macy’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Bergdorf Goodman’s. At least four times daily this midtown hub ships shoes to its factory in Queens for repairs, where workers specialize in re-soling while maintaining… More info
    55 West 55th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10019
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