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The lady trio behind Dossier magazine, Skye Parrot, Katherine Krause and Molly McIver, opened up their shop in Fort Greene to house tote bag collabs, designer friend's duds and stylish vintage find... read more
This much fun should not be legal. Quirky Slope shop loads up on '60s and '70s originals, mostly mint condition, give or take, and with no musty smell. Well-edited stock seems like it should cost m... read more
Cobble Hill antique shop gives away all its proceeds to non-profits. Pretentious much? Actually, owner and staff are really down-to-earth, offer intriguing collection of eclectic art, furniture, ho... read more
Known for their angry and adorable "bear mop" logo, Russophile horrorcore brand operates out of Manic Panic purple-toned shop in South Williamsburg. Fun themed collections like "Born Under a Bad Si... read more
In early 2009--with retail in New York on a serious decline--Bird owner Jennifer Mankins opened her third Brooklyn outpost. Stocked with the usual line up of contemporary designers and a few new hi... read more
Sometime store, sometime performance space, sometime wedding chapel, "revolving storefront" hosts rectangular, industrial space sort of like other rectangular, industrial spaces in Williamsburg in ... read more
Contemporary home design store offering stylish, eco- and socially conscious goods sure to enhance the most meager of NYC dwellings. Accents, furnishings, and gadgets for the living room, kitchen,... read more
Run by the same owners of UVA wines just down the road, Whisk offers all the cooking and dining ware that the at-home chef needs to go from kitchen to table. Helpful staff matches items to best sui... read more
Nostalgic atmosphere just right for "The West Village of Brooklyn." Patriotic, locally minded mission statement; vintage century-old digs. Stocks Levis Shrink-to-Fit 501s, Woolrich workshirts, and ... read more
Egg roll factory turned massive discounter to dress the Billyburg masses. Steel sculptor meets long-time liquidator, combine forces to deliver designer samples, returns, irregulars, and odd-lot lef... read more
From Sir with love. RISD grad Joanna Baum shows off an elegant touch at her Brooklyn boutique. Big names like Kirsten Dunst and Keira Knightley have rocked this look, which takes inspiration from v... read more
Not just for Soho's elite: much-loved British designer branches out in Williamsburg, rattles hipsters to the core. Trade in skinny jeans for slacks, worn cardigans for blazers. Discounted mer... read more
This Park Slope boutique sells everything from Prada jewelery to the art that adorns the walls. Vinatge jewelry by Chanel, Versace, Gucci (you get the drift) hang from unique pieces such as a stuff... read more
NYU grad Carissa Ackerman started making refurbished clothing in her dorm room before relocating to a studio in Williamsburg. The duds—all partially or completely made from vintage materials&... read more
Alter's women's shop moved across the street to make way for more menswear, and thank goodness for it. Greenpoint's answer to Barneys rocks tightly edited selection of small-label, vintage, and rew... read more
In Crown Heights, the neighborhood formerly known as Crow Hill, on the about-to-be-hip stretch of Franklin Avenue, sits streetwear company About Time. Krow Hill is the moniker for the shop's house ... read more
Not quite riding the speakeasy trend, although does obscure bar identity by dealing flowers up front. Scuffed diamond tiles lead you past the annuals and into low-key, neighborhoody spot, decked wi... read more
Sounds like it could be a fundamentalist enclave, but is actually super-chill general store/curiosity shop. Skulls, clothes, ephemera, clocks, all under the heading Americana (and most under the s... read more
BFF owners Camilla Gale and Rand Niederhoofer, who met while studying at University of Scotland, spent years foraging for treasures in Europe before opening a shop of their own in Fort Greene. The... read more
Sandy tried to leave some literal watermarks, but riverfront perch ...
Restaurant and lounge inspired by early 20th-century music recordin...
For women who love that beach chic look, this spot really does have...
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Neighborhood burger and shake spot nabs awesome name, restored Harl...