Enjoy the Vintage Crawl, shop your favorite vintage shops, get to know ones you’ve never been to, and round out the day with a concert at Brooklyn Bowl, Saturday, Nov. 2. Celebrate your…
This Thursday’s Halloween Psycho Love Party at Le Grand Strip (on le Grand Street) promises Bloody Cocktails and Music from Hell. Stop by between 6 and 9 pm.
The magic of creativity has transformed the Williamsburg/Greenpoint area. Kelley Shields profiles a few local creatives making beautiful hats and shoes that many of us want to own.
In St. Tropez in the 60s white was THE choice color for the beautiful people who strolled around in various states of disrobe; tanned, slim, and happy were the accessories that went with white. CC McGurr is the owner of the vintage boutique Le Grand Strip
“The beauty about denim is that it’s a casual kind of garment that is comfortable, wears in, and becomes better as time goes on,” said Loren Cronk, designer of Loren and Blksmth jeans. “It would be hard for it to disappear.”
In the 1950s, Antoinette worked for Lilly Daché, the most celebrated milliner of her time, who famously designed hats for Marlene Dietrich, and turned the turban into a head-wrap coveted by women around the globe.
What is driving the rash of men-centric retail environments in this area, such as barber shops/shaving parlors and higher-end apparel boutiques like Barber & Supply, HW Carter & Sons, Cadet, Robinson Brooklyn, Genuine Motorworks and By Robert James? Could it have something to do with the “recovering” economy?