• Mz wallace New york
  • 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
    993 Lexington Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10021
  • Selima optique New york
  • Selima Salaun opened her first boutique in 1993 and one look explains why she has been so successful. She knows her eyewear. The designer has collaborated with some great creative forces including Catherine Malandrino and Adam Kimmel. The large selection can be daunting, particularly since there are so many eye-catching frames from Tom Ford, Cutler and Gross, and Oscar Magnuson. Selima’s in-house brand is produced in France, with such great… More info
    899 Madison Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10021
  • Alexis bittar New york
  • The story everyone loves to tell about Alexis Bittar is how he started out selling his wares on the streets of Soho. Walking into his boutique on Broome street, you wouldn’t think the costume jewelry wunderkind could’ve had such humble beginnings, but it’s easy to see why he took off. Bittar’s material of choice is certainly Lucite, which is colored in lovely shades of candy pink and cerulean blue. Crystal and stone earrings make a case for… More info
    1100 Madison Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10028
  • Journelle New york
  • In the early 2000s, Claire Chambers was frustrated that there were no lingerie stores in New York that she actually enjoyed shopping in. Instead of settling for the existing options she decided to open her own store and in 2007, Journelle was born. Today the shop has three locations: in SoHo, near Union Square, and on the Upper East Side. Each location features a highly-curated selection of lingerie at a variety of price points. There are both… More info
    1266 3rd Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10021
  • Seigo neckwear New york
  • Seigo feels like a well-kept secret the moment you walk inside. At first touch you can tell the difference between ordinary poly-blend silk ties and Seigo’s 100% percent Japanese silk neckwear. Opened in 1991, the brand has been strongly and surely attracting all types of clients for decades, luring them in with quirky color combinations in ties, suspenders, umbrellas, and bowties. Polka dots, brocades, stripes, and checks are mixed and matched… More info
    1034 Lexington Ave, Manhattan, New York, NY 10021
  • De vera New york
  • 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, Manhattan, New York, NY 10028
  • Neue galerie design shop New york
  • This sophisticated shop is located within the Neue Galerie, a museum focused on German and Austrian art and design from the early twentieth-century. Browse items culled from and inspired by the Biedermeier, Fin-de-Siècle Vienna, and the iconic Wiener Werkstätte. Modern designers also create exclusive pieces for the museum, like the Michele Oka Doner bronze leaf wall sconce inspired by Dagobert Peche, and the Sigmund Freud Sunshades by New York's… More info
    1048 Fifth Ave NY entrance on 86th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10028
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