• Henry's New york
  • When entrepreneur Henry Glucroft moved to Bushwick, the options for quality wine and liquor were scarce. He started by opening a cafe in the neighborhood before deciding to open Henry's in 2013 to provide a better selection of wines and spirits for the local community. Having grown up in France and experienced exquisite wines from a young age, Glucroft carefully curates the inventory to present smaller, more natural producers and is constantly in… More info
    69 Central Ave, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11206
  • Rizzoli New york
  • Rizzoli has finally arrived on Broadway. The New York institution shuttered its famed 57th Street location only to reinvent and reopen in a historic building in Manhattan's NoMad neighborhood. Since its establishment in 1964, the bookstore has risen to the forefront of independent booksellers, specializing in illustrated volumes of photography, art, fashion, design, gourmet food and gardening. In addition to this visually stunning selection… More info
    1133 Broadway, Manhattan, New York, NY 10010
  • Ten thousand things New york
  • Named after the Tao Te Ching, a visit to this Tribeca jewelry shop is indeed almost a spiritual experience. The minimalist, wooden decor is offset by the elaborate intricacy of its beautifully handcrafted jewelry, each piece more elegant than the last. Given the artistry on display, you might even think that you’ve wandered into one of the city’s many art galleries, but don’t be intimidated. Store manager Jill Keenan will be happy to help. She… More info
    7 Harrison St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10013
  • 7115 by szeki New york
  • 7115 by Szeki was conceived from a desire to craft high quality wardrobe essentials featuring timeless designs and eye catching detail. Each piece is designed by Szeki Chan herself, a Hong Kong native whose background in design and technology informs her pragmatic, minimalist aesthetic. Each design is produced in small batches of 25-50 pieces and once a batch runs out a new design is born and realized, keeping the collection fresh and flexible… More info
    157 Rivington St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10002
  • Pilgrim New york
  • Pilgrim is a vintage style maven's mecca. The Lower East Side shop opened in 2009 and features a stellar collection of clothing, jewelry, handbags and accessories that has become a major source of design and editorial inspiration. The designer list reads like a Who’s Who of the upper style echelons: the vintage collection ranges from chic and modern to elegant and classic, and the racks are bursting with Comme des Garçons, Prada, Celine, Yohji… More info
    70 Orchard St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10002
  • Feit New york
  • FEIT is a reaction to the homogenizing powers of globalization. In a world of mass production and carbon copies, it represents "a desire to return to product and create something special, unique and uncompromised." The distinctive shoe shop was founded by Australian brothers Josh and Tull Price in 2005, with the New York flagship location opening its doors in 2014. The modern, minimalist design of the shop mirrors the simple, pure construction of… More info
    2 Prince St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10012
  • Baxter & liebchen New york
  • Baxter & Liebchen's cavernous Tribeca space lives up to expectation; the open, airy showroom is home to an impressive collection of Scandinavian vintage furniture. Owner Andrew Kevelson takes the headache out of hunting for originals by iconic designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Hans Wegner, or Finn Juhl. He knows his wares inside out and saves you the trouble of weeding out mere reproductions of from oringinal Danish modern pieces hailing from the… More info
    50 Laight St , Manhattan, New York, NY 11201
  • Cw pencil enterprise New york
  • Caroline Weaver has a passion for pencils. “They’re kind of my favorite object,” she explains in her darling little shop on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Unfortunately for Weaver and her fellow pencil lovers, the 21st century has other favorite objects - most of them with touchscreens, keypads and voice recognition software. The onslaught of technological tools didn’t stop her, though, and she opened the doors of CW Pencil Enterprise in March of… More info
    100A Forsyth St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10002
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