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
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
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
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
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
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
Pratt grad students set up shop on nearby Myrtle. Neighborhood boutique is strong in accessories, many designed by the owners. Also reps hats from Grace and Goorin Brothers, jewelry from Erica We... read more
Hipster consignment shop extraordinaire, Beacon's Closet offers a wide selection of vintage and used items for men and women. Drop off some of your old duds for store credit, or just peruse racks f... read more
Dumbo's version of a Soho boutique, with the cobblestone to match. FIT graduate Lisa Brock opens her second store -- the first is in Princeton -- in Brooklyn. Upscale shop is stocked with handpick... read more
Women's shop proud to keep the micro-mini alive and well in Cobble Hill. Party-ready looks, sequins everywhere -- like Dolly Parton's dressing room exploded. Dangling-garter-friendly Daisy Dukes, j... read more
Named for ‘70s predecessor of Urban Outfitters. Mines the same quirky territory as the mother store, with a focus on Bobo looks for the twenty-something gal. Colorful, playful, of-the-moment ... read more
Mass-produced individuality as only UO can deliver it. One-stop shopping for newly minted hipsters to fill out gaps in their wardrobes and décor. Silence & Noise drapey T's keep the ladi... read more
Less dowdy spinoff of preppie parent store. Any “loft” associations should have you thinking modern professionals, not the gritty artists of yore. Practical work clothes, full lines of ... read more
Stella Dallas vintage spinoff tucked away in the shadow of the BQE. Crazy huge selection, can't miss if you're on the prowl for cowboy boots, flannels, jeans, vests, leopard print jackets, Cali loo... read more
Founded in L.A. in 2003, hipsters flocked to work within the white-lacquered walls of American Apparel, hawking their rainbow of basics, and looking the other way when their friends swiped a hoo... 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...