• De vera New york (Accessories, Jewelry)
  • Carved ivory saints from the Philippines and gently smiling roman goddesses greet visitors to Soho's DeVera, which houses a sprawling and complex array of treasures vast and intriguing enough to eat up hours if you wish. From a stone Cambodian Apsara relief to jeweled cigarette cases, DeVera's two floor showroom is almost mystical. The eager-to-please staff offers expert knowledge of the thousands of carefully cataloged items. The jewelry… More info
    26 East 81 St, New York, NY 10028
  • Pippin home New york (Accessories, Jewelry)
  • Tucked behind the buildings on 17th Street awaits this odds-and-ends vintage shop. A secret garden of sorts, customers enter through a long blue-green passage that leads down a literal hall of mirrors to the tiny courtyard of a former blacksmith shop now overflowing with antique furniture, old photographs, and other collectables from the mid-19th century to the swinging '70s. Everything—from pots and pans to strings of pearls—is arranged… More info
    112 West 17th St, New York, NY 10011
  • Mantiques modern New york (Accessories, Men's Accessories)
  • Don’t let the name fool you. Although Mantiques Modern sells plenty of distinctly masculine items, it’s not just a fancy furnishings boutique for Chelsea boys. Owners Cory Margolis, Kenny Felberbaum, Steven Perelman, and Cole Ramstad have been stocking plenty of utilitarian items to suit anyone’s burgeoning style since 2003, including a large selection of vintage chrome, exotic upholstery, original lithographs, and luxury items galore. Check out… More info
    146 West 22nd St , New York, NY 10011
  • De vera New york (Accessories, Jewelry)
  • Carved ivory saints from the Philippines and gently smiling roman goddesses greet visitors to Soho's DeVera, which houses a sprawling and complex array of treasures vast and intriguing enough to eat up hours if you wish. From a stone Cambodian Apsara relief to jeweled cigarette cases, DeVera's two floor showroom is almost mystical. The eager-to-please staff offers expert knowledge of the thousands of carefully cataloged items. The jewelry… More info
    1 Crosby St, New York, NY 10013
  • Utility canvas New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Jillian and Hal Grano are canvas experts. The couple has chosen the versatile material as their medium of expression and created an incredible array of practical items for a creative lifestyle - emphasis on life. The concept was born when Jillian needed a tote bag for art school that had space for both a portfolio and materials. Bizarrely, there was no such thing in the market, so she created her own. She and Hal quickly discovered a “common… More info
    49 Greenwich Ave, New York, NY 10014
  • Welcome shoppe New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • In her words, Robin Weiss “loves the random.” It’s a good thing, because the opening of her Manhattan store, Welcome Shoppe, was more the result of a serendipitous alignment of circumstances than anything else. Since finding the space and opening the shop in 2012, Weiss has curated a selection of what she describes as “special things that are hard to find,” and specializes in small and independent designers. She loves the research and discovery… More info
    36 East 11th St, New York, NY 10003
  • Meg cohen design shop New york (Accessories, Hats)
  • Meg Cohen opened her boutique in 2006 and the space stocks a wide array of whimsical knitwear. Polka dots and stripes are available in luxurious wools, many of which are made in England. The color combinations are clever but still wearable, which has lead to Cohen’s partnership with Paul Smith, a staple of British style. Cohen studied at London’s Central St. Martins, which may explain her flair for dandy style. Cohen offers hats and blankets in… More info
    59 Thompson St, New York, NY 10012
  • Mz wallace New york (Accessories, Bags)
  • Lots of women dream of designing and selling their own line of handbags, but few are as qualified and ultimately as successful as Monica Zwirner and Lucy Wallace Eustice, whose MZ Wallace line now sells at their three New York stores and one in Tokyo’s chic Ginza neighborhood. While Zwimer traveled the world as a marketing and advertising executive, Eustice was busy working as a fashion magazine editor. The two friends banded their talents in… More info
    93 Crosby St, New York, NY 10012
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