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
Cobble Hill might not be on the pulse of the Brooklyn fashion scene, but the people who live there don't seem to care. You'll see that attitude mirrored at Epaulet. Most designers here are pic... read more
Housed in a green-hued interior that quotes Bergdorf Goodman's shoe salon of the ‘60s, Shoe Market aims to resurrect the vibe of the traditional shoe parlor. Comes awfully close, offering sty... read more
The consignment cousin to nearby fashion hub Butter by Eva Gentry, this shop offers designer duds at least 40% below retail prices on items by Stella and Marc. The garments are previously worn, and... 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
Husband and wife team Michelle Mangiliman and Bob Lindeman opened this Greenpoint shop in 2006. Affordable, fashion-forward boutique, whose décor, the owners say, is a little "boudoir meets ... read more
Lost continent of vintage fashion. Huge selection covers sweaters, dresses, jackets, flannels. Super-cheap shoe section, from cowboy boots to pumps. Gets fresh shipments weekly, increasing likeliho... read more
Homespun, contemporary boutique started by two colleagues at Steven Alan in 2006. Historic brownstone in the heart of Fort Greene stocks the same sort of clothing you might expect to find at the St... read more
Top of the Williamsburg womenswear line. Candice Waldron deftly edits selection of stylish work and play clothes, plus handbags, shoes, and jewelry. Designers are a range of established and up-and-... read more
With the success of her debut Park Slope store, owner and former Barneys buyer set up shop number two in Cobble Hill. The corner boutique boasts a well-edited assortment of designer duds worth a re... 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
Trendy spot eyeballing Brooklyn Industries from across Union. Weave through distracted, disinterested staff to check out nicely edited selection of Spiewak jackets, Ben Sherman button-downs, G-Star... read more
Tucson export leads the thrift store herd with stores scattered across over a dozen states. Williamsburg location the first to open in NYC, with buy-sell-trade policy catering to fashionable client... read more
Small, eclectic, super-vintage shop. Like stepping into the closet of a fashion matriarch who reigned supreme from the '40s through the '80s. Owner Saori Kuno combs Italy, France, Japan, and the ... read more
Meaning "lotus flower" in Tibetan, Pema has established itself as a fashionable oasis in Williamsburg's shopping district. Best jewelry selection around suits all tastes, showcasing modern and sle... read more
Former shoe buyer for Barneys sets up shop in Boerum Hill. Aims to reflect the neighborhood's values: practical but cool. Comfort-driven shoes aren't completely devoid of style. French Sole flats ... read more
Eco-conciousness well-suited to neighborhood residents, whose comfy weekend duds likely originate here. Organic cottons and natural dyes key selling points of Cloth’s new line, American Vinta... read more
A do-not-miss vintage boutique on bustling Bedford. Showcases exceptional collection of Euro clothing, accessories from top designers and the yet-to-be-discovered. Garments, belts, handbags, and ... read more
Williamsburg skate mecca gets you costumed from board to five–panel hat. Big boys like Zoo York mix it up with small–batch locals Coda and 5Boro. Plus limited edition artist collabs, in... read more
One-stop shopping with great blend of cutting-edge chic and ready-t...
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Appointment-only, hour-long guided shopping experience. Second show...
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