Luxury brand since 1895 boasts crystals cut to perfection. Known for unique style and elegance, sure to be your new favorite bling. Crowning achievement is the 550-pound star that tops the Rockef... read more
Species by the Thousands and Cold Picnic launch a brick-and-mortar mashup. Rustic setting for covetable design. Round out your look (or your apartment’s), source gifts to remember. On the sce... read more
BK artist Mollie Dash opens a quirky general store in Red Hook. Personal touch evident in the name, cribbed from father’s printing company. Jewelry by the proprietor herself joins up with ecl... 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
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
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
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
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
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
Eclectic shop specializing in design and furnishings from Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland. Tableware, kitchen gadgets, and home décor mix functionality with Scandi decorative motifs. I... read more
Sterling taste is in evidence at this vintage and retro home and gift shop. Old-school toys, classy knickknacks, awesome clocks and watches. Good for stuff you'd never buy for yourself (century-old... read more
Tassy Zimmerman shows off her art degree at this design-minded home and garden store, newly spun off from its Chicago HQ. Besides the expected supplies, you'll find cool offerings like rootless air... read more
Proud to be "95% recycled." Pratt-friendly Clinton Hill shop stocks mirrors, drawers, mosaic tables, vintage signs, Plycraft lounge chairs. Deco-style Scottie lamp? Check. Fifties spice rack? Got i... read more
Suewayne Brown opened Redberi in 2003, calling upon the talent of young designers—some still in school, some upcoming—to stock her Flatbush Avenue boutique with their modern casual ware... read more
Dumping ground only in the sense that some serious twentieth century design washes up here. Began its run with collection of Milo Baughmans rescued from Thayer Coggin cold storage. Owners John Aguj... read more
Antiquated vibe generated by rustic display cases, chest, assorted oddities, and token deer head on the wall. Housewares keep to vintage look. Jewelry selection includes owner Shana Tabor's preci... read more
Keeping up Brooklyn's green streak, Fuego 718 offers handmade items from far-flung spots like Peru, Nepal, and Cambodia, made from recyclables and sold at fair trade prices. Owner Alex Aldama's kno... read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
Michael White of Ai Fiori et al does an Italian steakhouse south of...
South Brooklyn Pizza peeps wrap a stealth Italian spot around their...
Kristi Paras of Zachary's Smile re-ups her Village space with a bou...
Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...