Does vintage shopping bring to mind ill-fitting clothing and the smell of mothballs? We’ll you’ve clearly never been to Resurrection NYC. Resurrection was founded in 1996 by Mark Haddawy and Katy Rodriguez and over the years has become one of New York’s premiere vintage shops. The boudoir red paint and carefully edited displays will banish the memories of perusing crammed racks of lackluster dresses. What you’ll find instead are the pieces editors, stylists, and designers go to for inspiration, not to mention a night out. Everything is distinctly modern, so a Courrèges patent leather cape from the '60s doesn’t look out of the place next to a '90s Azzedine Alaia knit skirt or a Versace mini that brings to mind the image of supermodels dancing until daybreak. Designers like Alexander Wang are consummate admirers, ready to absorb decades of fashion history. It’s easy to lose track of time inside, where each piece is ready to be fawned over, and while looks from Comme des Garçons and Maison Martin Margiela may no longer be considered avant-garde, the advantage is that they are now infinitely more wearable. Show lessRead more

    217 Mott Street , New York (btw Prince St & Spring St)


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    4,6 (Spring St)
    N,R (Prince St)
    B,D,F,M (Broadway - Lafayette St)

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