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Script lettering, dubious spelling announce new Dumbo boutique. Petite space just off the river nicely appointed with loungey couch and benches, floral art. Stocks modern checked tops, blazers, car... read more
Ginormous warehouse space packed with premium denim. Proudly made in the U.S.A., thirty different domestic labels running from Kill City to Democracy of Nevermind to Levi's to James Jeans. Sewing m... read more
Not an oxymoron: Karen Patwa, math teacher turned designer, brings sexy to smarts. Mix of ready-to-wear and customs for librarians and biologists eager to rip off those horn-rims and shake out thei... read more
Bushwick's The Loom hosts this co-op hub for DIY BK fashion. Mellow blue storefront lays out the looks of a dozen-plus up and comers. Bold takes on T's, ties, dresses, hats, and bags. Handmade jewe... read more
With the contraction of Kate’s, more room for the expansion of this Chicago-based paperie. Chain’s been around since ’83, ready to help New Yorkers check off gift lists and get ar... read more
Atlantic Avenue antiques darlings bring their eclectic selection to the ‘Burg. Zeitgeist-friendly scene packs in plenty of Victoriana, industrial oddities, creepy dolls. More stuffed animal h... read more
Williamsburg's first Elvis-themed barbershop/tattoo parlor. Because what the King loved almost as much as peanut butter, bananas, and pills was hair gel and Mama tats. Rehabbed motorcycle garage mo... read more
Stylish men's shop offering up street looks that are more buttoned-down than what usually parades up Bedford. Small space with good edit of messenger bags, $50 graphic T's, Naked & Famous Denim... read more
Downtown style in Clinton Hill. Barking Brown offshoot provides roomy digs for exploring more of the original's well-curated selection of bags, boots, and more. Pronounced "by me," offers Pratt gra... read more
Marc Jacobs, Lily Cole, and the late Heath Ledger have all trusted Scott Campbell with their flesh. Three-month wait for SC's swirly ribbons and antique lettering, but five trusted associates to ti... read more
Williamsburg passion pit hawks artisanal sex toys. Local dildos, wood or steel. Upstate glass, hand-blown. Organic massage oils, body butters, lickable powders in flavors like Bavarian Cream, an ex... read more
Locally owned boutique provides ideal vintage shopping experience, not that unsatisfying search through messy racks of clothing that isn't so much vintage as just someone else's old worn-out crap. ... read more
Like gaining VIP access to Great White's dressing room circa 1983. Think excess -- neon-painted walls, tutus hanging from the ceiling in a confetti-colored explosion, and English phone booths that... read more
Fort Greene locals grace their hood with eclectic flower slash vintage shop. Mom and Pop (and son and daughter) drop well-curated selection of ties, belts, boots, and jewelry. Threads for men and w... read more
General store as Platonic ideal. Clean, crisp, simple, and classic. Mix of old and new has one constant: quality design. Linen sheets, bundles of vintage silverware, spatulas, desk lamps, stuff fro... read more
Pressed-tin walls set the scene for distressed menswear bonanza. Tweeds, pre-wrinkled button downs, tissue-thin T's. Retro toiletries up front, Santa Maria Novella and Côté Bastide. Ma... read more
Brooklyn-based handbag label exudes utility, anonymity, and androgyny. Gorgeous, meticulously crafted luxury handbags come in gritty, industrial colors—which perfectly complement the setting ... read more
There's something especially Brooklyn-ey about upscale cheese shops like Bklyn Larder. They're small, they're cozy, and they have everything young, urban professionals like to snack on. They're far... read more
Gourmet grocery does double duty as high-end restaurant. Chef César Ramirez opens up his kitchen to 18 guests a few nights a week, laying out course after tasty course on a big metal chef's ... read more
Cult yogawear chain complete with creepy manifesto ("children are t...
Harlem sprawler not embarrassed to name check the highway (9A) that...
Sleek spinning studio became a mini-chain in a snap. Addictive clas...
Frenchish café chain has many, many outposts throughout NYC,...
Oysters and cocktails at 1 Delancey. Named for Marcel Duchamp&rsquo...