929 posts tagged Shop in ALL BLOGS


Boundless

Two blocks off the Bedford Avenue strip is Boundless, the Williamsburg destination for all things streetwear. While stocking the basics like Nike kicks and Stussy tees, the main focus at Boundless is the up-and-comers. From local hits like Rockers NYC, Milkcrate and Recon to hip L.A. imports like The Hundreds and Crooks & Castles, the selection at Boundless
Read more >


Bessendresser

Translating to “best dresser” in German, Besserdresser is a charming boutique located in Prenzlauer Berg. Owner Andrea Faupei makes nearly all the clothing in the back of the store, focusing more on flashes of inspiration as opposed to passing trends. With a range of items, from coats and dresses to jewelry and boots, Besserdresser will certainly make you
Read more >


KCDC

KCDC, established in 2001 in North Williamsburg, has received overwhelming support from the local community. Besides their extensive selection of tees, sneakers, and skateboards, KCDC also has an in-house half-pipe, not to mention a gallery space for art openings and video premieres. Hey, when your store is featured in the NYC Yellow Cab videos, you know you’ve made
Read more >


Merge

Merge offers a sophisticated selection of modern classics and luxury apparel from the best contemporary designers in New York, LA and Europe. Located in Seattle’s cozy neighborhood of Fremont, Merge’s owner, Pat, has created the missing link in Seattle shopping scene. With her impeccable taste, she has crafted a loft-like space that features a strong selection of designers, such
Read more >


Les Amis

This gem, designed to look like a romantic cottage, is tucked away in Fremont. The rustic hardwood floors and wood beam ceilings transport you to the hills of Provence! Feminine fashions from Erica Tanov, Poleci and Nanette Lepore line the walls. Les Amis also features jewelry, lingerie and handbags, all made by local designers.   3420 Evanston Ave N Seattle, WA
Read more >


Lambs Ear Shoes

This architecturally inspiring space offers fancy footwear for fashion-savvy women. Sleek, modern displays are filled with high heels, flats, sandals and boots that are all forward in design and difficult to find. Brands such as Chie Mihara, Loeffler Randall and Ellen Verbeek, as well as chic handbags and jewelry, make Lambs Ear Shoes an Emerald City treasure. 3516 Fremont Pl
Read more >


Oak

Graduates of The Pratt Institute and Parsons School of Design, owners Louis Terline and Jeff Madalena opened their first store together in 2003. After a few moves and some renaming, the result is Oak, a unisex boutique that aims to “bring knowledge of fashion to an unpretentious retail setting.” Labels like Hussein Chalayan – plus an eponymous label on the
Read more >


Drykorn

Before Mitte became today's major destination, Karin Warburg and Dirk Jacoby opened a store there selling Drykorn products amongst many others. Today, Drykorn has its very own space, selling clothing “for beautiful people.” The designs are sophisticated and sleek, with just the right amount of edge.Neue Schonhauser Strasse 6 10117 Berlin Tel: +49 (0)30 2804 5666www.drykorn.com
Read more >


Mini Mini Market

This quirky boutique is the epitome of Williamsburg style. With independent designers, vintage items and random baubles adorning the store, Mini Mini Market is a hipster haven. Their friendly staff is more than willing to help outfit you in the local garb, and their reasonable prices make MMM the perfect place to pick up last minute gifts, though
Read more >


Marzona

Marzona, is a small boutique hidden in the courtyards of Naviglio. Marcella Marzona plays the part of owner, designer, sales personnel and production. Every fabric, thread, cut and detail is given the utmost care, and there is even in-shop tailoring. Each piece comes in limited quantities and designs can be made to order. Looking for something uniquely Milanese? You have
Read more >


CB I Hate Perfume

After a brief stint as a taxi driver, Christopher “CB” Brosius realized that he hated perfume. So when he opened CB I Hate Perfume in 2004, his goal was to create an authentic fragrance, as opposed to "watered-down, aromatic disasters". Using a strictly oil base, Brosuis encourages mixing his perfumes to discover a unique scent. All of the perfumes are
Read more >


Noisette

Called one of “Brooklyn’s Finest” by New York Magazine, Noisette is located on the fabulous North 6th stretch of shopping. Owner Stéphanie Deleau brings Paris to Williamsburg’s doorstep, stocking strictly French brands, like Maje and Sandro. From the French “Hazelnut,” Noisette’s interior is comparable to the taste of Nutella: sweet, rich and full of flavor. 54 North 6th Street Brooklyn, NY
Read more >


Jumelle

After establishing a career in broadcast journalism, owner Candice Waldron pursued her dream of working in fashion by opening Jumelle. Located in the heart of Williamsburg’s hustle and bustle, Jumelle carries brands like Alexander Wang, Heimstone and Karen Walker. With accessories from Gaspard Yurkievich and whimsical jewelry from locals like Alexis Canter and Camille Hempel, Jumelle (“twin” in
Read more >


Somebuddy Loves You

Somebody who loves you will make a stop at this aptly named Fitzroy boutique, Somebuddy Loves You. They carry loads of denim, graphic hoodies and stylish tees that are perfect for everyday wear. With Aussie brands like Chip Chop! and NancyBird, this boutique has become a favorite with street culture publication Wooden Toy Quarterly, among many others.193 Smith
Read more >


Alice Euphemia

Located in the bohemian neighborhood of Fitzroy, Alice Euphemia is owned by independent design maverick Karen Reichieck. She has made a name for herself by breaking new designers as well as hosting successful art installations in her stores. Only local stars, like Antipodium, TV and Life with Birds, grace the racks of Alice Euphemia, even down to the curtains
Read more >