• Sweet william New york
  • You won’t find hot-pink sparkles or cartoon logos at Sweet William, a children’s clothing store committed to smaller, socially responsible clothing labels. Sweet WIlliam is stocked instead with unique and sophisticated pieces from local and European designers. Aimed for children ages 0-8, founder and Irish national Bronagh Staley has it right – independent, environmentally and ethically minded labels, and plenty of organic fibers that are soft to… More info
    85 Kenmare St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10012
  • Yoya New york
  • When Yoya co-owners Cristina Villegas-Boujnah and Gena Gerbier had their first children in 2002, they found there weren't any children's stores that shared the same comfortable, aesthetic atmosphere you might find at an adult's clothing store. Furthermore, kids' shops didn't even think to allow room for strollers! So, in 2004 the women opened Yoya, a store dedicated to cool toys and designer gadgets that the whole family can enjoy. The store… More info
    605 Hudson St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10014
  • Sweet william New york
  • You won’t find hot-pink sparkles or cartoon logos at Sweet William, a children’s clothing store committed to smaller, socially responsible clothing labels. Sweet William is stocked instead with unique and sophisticated pieces from local and European designers. Aimed for children ages 0-8, founder and Irish national Bronagh Staley has it right – independent, environmentally and ethically minded labels, and plenty of organic fibers that are soft… More info
    324 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, New York, NY 11249
  • Half pint citizens New york
  • When shopping for children's products, peace of mind is often hard to come by. It's difficult enough to find toys that your kids will enjoy or clothing that they'll wear, and if you're also worried about being a responsible consumer, well then, good luck. That's why we can all be grateful for Randi and Jenni Song's shop. Half Pint Citizens offers eco-friendly, reasonably priced products for newborns, infants, kids, and tweens. These products… More info
    41 Washington St, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11201
  • Bu and the duck New york
  • After two decades in China, Susan Lane returned home to find American children spoiled, impolite, and worst of all, poorly dressed. So she did something about it and opened her shop, Bu & The Duck and has been supplying children in Tribeca with her own line of children's wear and toys. The heirloom quality knit dolls and adorable vintage-looking kids clothing and shoes may be 1930s inspired, but there is nothing depressing about their… More info
    106 Franklin St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10013
  • Acorn New york
  • Located on Atlantic Avenue in Boerum Hill, Acorn is a dedicated forerunner of the "toys made of natural materials" trend. Acorn's products are made to withstand the kind of wild play resulting from a wild imagination. Since 2004, Karin Schaefer and Diane Crespo have been operating under the philosophy that kids don't need hundreds of toys to keep them happy, just the right ones. Offering a wide variety of items made out of wood, felt, or fabric… More info
    323 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY 11201
  • Kisan New york
  • Olivier Brémond and Thorunn Anspach opened their first retail space in Iceland in 2005, a quirky shop brimming over with comfort clothing, funky home décor, and whatever else struck their fancy. Finding quick success, the pair opened Kisan Concept Store in 2008, their first stateside enterprise, filling it with items that give a playful nod to their home city of Reykjavik. The space is stocked with hard-to-find items from around the world made by… More info
    125 Greene St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10012
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