• 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
  • Owen New york
  • Phillip Salem never thought that he was good at working in the fashion industry - he knew it. The Ohio transplant worked his way up from FIT through Barney’s and opened his own boutique, Owen, in 2012. The swanky shop caters to women and men in their late 20s and early 30s who balance tough with chic and blaze their own style trails in the luxury market. Salem characterizes his female clients as “sexy” and “strong” and their male counterparts as… More info
    809 Washington St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10014
  • Oroboro store New york
  • Handcrafted goods from around the world, unique found objects, textiles with a luxe feel and one-of-a-kind look - these are the obvious draws to Williamsburg shop Oroboro Store, which opened in 2011. Owner April Hughes is a seasoned stylist who used her expertise in mixing rich colors and textures to create a wonderland full of clothing, accessories, jewelry, books textiles and ceramics as well as a small apothecary of scents and things for both… More info
    326 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, New York, NY 11249
  • Dagny + barstow New york
  • Meredith Blank and Emily Titelman met as students and spent a semester abroad in London together. The duo dove into the British shopping scene and discovered all manner of designs that simply weren't available back home in America. They conspired to fill that gap and bring exciting new designers to the US, and their dreams came to fruition when they opened Dagny + Barstow in February of 2012. Since the flagship location opened on Bowery, Blank… More info
    264 Bowery, Manhattan, New York, NY 10012
  • Pip-squeak chapeau etc. New york
  • Fashion isn't everything. It's many wonderful things, of course, but a lifestyle is broader. Sveta Kazakova, the owner of Pip-Squeak Chapeau Etc, thinks of her collection of women's clothing in that more expansive sense, and the focus is on innovation, function and wearable creations that are both versatile and comfortable. Rather than zeroing in on one particular aesthetic, Kazakova designs anything that appeals to her sensibilities, from… More info
    99 Franklin St, Brooklyn, New York City, NY 11222
  • Duo New york
  • Duo
    Sweet sisters Wendy and LaRae Kangas, originally from Minnesota, opened the doors to Duo, a shop with a lovingly-selected mix of vintage and modern wears, in 2008. Duo has a self-described “Americana/Scandinavian style”, carrying both one-of-a-kind vintage and indie, locally made pieces that favor natural fibers, not synthetics. In collaboration with the local artist community, Duo sells work by emerging designers to keep their store fresh while… More info
    337 East 9th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10003
  • Eva New york
  • Eva
    There aren’t many boutiques that are willing to stock avant-garde fashion at accessible prices. That’s why Stephanie Pappas’ EVA boutique feels like such a welcome addition to the Lower East Side. Pappas has been in fashion for over a decade, constantly seeking out obscure and undiscovered fashion from Scandinavian designers. Brands like Rodebjer and Henrik Vibskov offer unique shapes and designs that take creative liberties with fabric and… More info
    355 Bowery, Manhattan, New York, NY 10003
  • Castor & pollux New york
  • Kerrilyn Pamer took an interesting route to owning her boutique in the West Village. Tamer trained as an interior designer before going on to work for Martha Stewart. Her knack for interiors certainly explains the rich color palette and homey aura of the boutique, perfect for stocking contemporary styles by Risto, Acne, and Park Choon Moo. There’s an element of literary reference in Pamer’s poetic silk blouses and soft muted cardigans. It’s easy… More info
    238 West 10th St, Manhattan, New York, NY 10014
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