Started with messenger bags made from billboard vinyl, now a full-fledged New York institution. Artist-owned and -managed retailer keeps to a Live, Work, Create philosophy. The creative energy se... read more
What better for Billyburg outfitting than an Americana purveyor that dates back to the Civil War? Walks a manly/twee line. Vests, overalls, bandanas. Railroad engineer caps let you live out childho... read more
Gives off uptown-girl-living-downtown-for-the-summer vibe with ultra-feminine atmosphere and range of contemporary basics. Sparkly cocktail dresses, menswear-inspired vests, high waist denim, gold ... read more
Rivet fills obvious Brooklyn denim void with Carroll Gardens sequel. Focus is jeans made in the good ole’ USA: Levi’s, LA Made, AG, and J Brand are all well represented. Denim lines the... read more
Huge, loft-like gallery lets clothes speak for themselves. Stocked with sleek offerings from the omnipresent 3.1 Philip Lim to the bold colors of Brazilian designer Alexander Herchcovich. Designer ... read more
Started with messenger bags made from billboard vinyl, now a full-fledged New York institution. Artist-owned and -managed retailer keeps to a Live, Work, Create philosophy. The creative energy seep... read more
Park Slope branch of No Relation/Atlantis Attic/Urban Jungle family. Just like its sibs, offers massive selection covering sweaters, dresses, jackets, flannels. Super-cheap shoe section, from cowbo... read more
Proprietor from Williamsburg boutique Otte opens shop on Vanderbilt. Clean, simple space; two straight racks against white walls, with curtained-off dressing stalls in the back. De-cluttered select... read more
Back in the summer of '69, Gap sold just Levi's, LPs, and tapes. 1969 was a long, long time ago. All growed up now, 3,000-plus location chain will hook you up with everything from bathing suits to ... read more
Head up the stairs above Gordon Bennett for men’s shop from Hill-Side peeps. Dry goods for modern gents, only this is “hard goods.” Exposed brick makes a rustic backdrop for conte... read more
Nothing feral about this mom and pop shop. Crisply curated men’s and women’s. Denim from Them Atelier, contemporary looks by Sophomore and Free People, cool pop T’s. Kicks run fro... read more
Like a Goodwill, except with taste. Lovely discards that only a jaded New Yorker could have given up. Get yourself psyched up by lingering over the elaborate window displays (usually stuff that... read more
Started with messenger bags made from billboard vinyl, now a full-fledged New York institution. Artist-owned and artist-managed retailer keeps to a Live, Work, Create philosophy. The creative energ... read more
Despite the Frenchie name, one-time Macy’s offshoot is American all the way. Cut from similar cloth as A&F and American Eagle, serves up range of trendy looks for late-teen and early-20... read more
G-Point faves go co-ed for foray into East Williamsburg. Owners exhibit excellent taste in their well-curated selection. Surprisingly affordable prices on Life/After/Denim, Jeffrey Campbell, Rojas.... read more
Of the moment, young, emerging-designer wares retailed in open warehouse spaces with "downtown vibe." Casual apparel and accessories, full denim bar. Funky jewelry, pop tart/movie star sunglasses, ... read more
Gorgeous greenies now have a Brooklyn Kaight for their sustainable boutique shopping. Join fans like Kate Dillon and Emily Deschanel for sleek organic denim from Good Society, Linda Loudermilk, and... read more
Whitewashed bricks and arched windows provide elegant front for denim master Loren Cronk’s eponymous shop. Former Levi’s and Ralph Lauren hand retails vintage work along with his own cr... 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
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