Badass Americana menswear purveyor Feltraiger has packed up its Lower East Side store and hauled it over the bridge to Brooklyn; welcome them and pick up some swag and a free PBR at their Grand Opening, at either the Friday night or Saturday (during the day) shindigs.
Make your way to West Street and over the threshold of a converted factory, and into a sun drenched studio with 11-foot ceilings and exposed brick and beams to find the shop’s first spring and summer seasonal offerings.
Sad that Mini Mini Market is closing, happy that they’re having a big sale, and happiest that they’re keeping on with their other business, Shoe Market.
Still haven’t gotten your loved one(s) a Valentine’s Day gift? Well, Shag is here to save the day! We have added some awesome new TOYS & gorgeous LINGERIE. Definitely check out our VDAY GIFT GUIDE for some great ideas, as well as our upcoming WORKSHOPS!
From the elegance of the Edwardian parlor to the scruffy chic of a well-worn Union Jack, Gloucestershire-born Brooke’s collection of furniture, lighting, wallpaper, art, garden, and accoutrements serve to capture the spirit of antique English manor houses…
The independent bookseller scene in the GPT/BWK/WB adds another player: Idlewild Books, a travel bookstore with a twist—it offers foreign language lessons in a space dedicated to exploring different cultures through reading, travel, and language learning.
A chemist by trade, and an avid ingredients label reader, Liz Santiago has adopted as her core principle for all her products: purity and freshness.
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.
DJs, vinyl, kielbasa and beer—yes, once again, it’s the Brooklyn Record Riot. The needle hits the vinyl Sunday at Greepoint’s Warsaw, where the BRR features 40+ tables of music stuff in all formats and genres from a diverse group of dealers, some of whom travel hundreds of miles to to get to the show.
You may have seen the “Wilderness Fragrance Distillery” products at Franklin Street’s Alter Brooklyn, or at any one of NYC’s Fellow Barber shops; now’s your chance to experience the process that Juniper Ridge uses to distill wild-foraged plants into their vaunted line of colognes, soaps, and incense.