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Jewelry

  • Menagerie

      Menagerie a small batch beauty, men’s grooming products, gift, plant and flower shop was established in 2014. Proprietor Casey Shagena renovated a 1979 vintage Airstream to house her shop which…

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  • Kingsley Market

    Kingsley Market is a shop in San Miguel, Mexico, that blends Mexican craftsmanship with modern design. Established in 2015 and named for owner Lisa Kingsley and a play on the word…

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  • Phoenicia Flea

    Phoenicia Flea is a makers market that was founded in upstate NY in 2014. The first three events were at The Graham & Co., a boutique hotel in Phoenicia, thus giving the market it’s…

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  • Berlyn 65

    Berlyn 65 is a woven textile shop in Brooklyn, specializing in Turkish cotton towels. As well as the Turkish towels there is an assortment of globally sourced textiles in cotton, silk,…

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  • Patch NYC

    Artists Don Carney and John Ross are the creative duo behind the brand Patch NYC, with a shop, studio and gallery in Boston’s South End. They started the company two decades…

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  • Geoffrey Good

    A pair of earrings Geoffrey Good made for his girlfriend, Shawna, as a fashion student in Virginia led him to discover his métier. The earrings were a success on two fronts;…

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  • Welcome Shop

    ‘A department store in 80 square feet’ is how Robin Weiss describes her gem of a shop on East 11th Street between Fifth Avenue and University Place. No stranger to retail,…

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  • Rube

    Cecilia Lind was born and raised in Sweden, and her Scandinavian aesthetic is evident at Rube, her Amagansett shop. The minimal, loft like space, with dark grey floors and sleek white…

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  • Matta

    Cristina Gitti fell in love with India when she first travelled there in 1995 on a product development trip. Traveling from Jaipur to Delhi and Mumbai she watched and learnt the…

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  • Fort Orange General Store

    Fort Orange was a 17th Century trading post on the banks of the Hudson River, which would later become the site of the City of Albany. Friends Caroline Corrigan and Katy…

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  • H.P.F., Christopher

      Wanderlust is the inspiration for H.P.F, Christopher, a jewel box in New York’s West Village. The shop is one of Japanese company, Harajuku Project France, which opened their first shop…

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  • Burro & Burro Kids

      The hardworking burro pioneering across the desert carrying goods from all over is what inspired Erinn Berkson to rebrand her shops last year. That image captures the essence of Burro…

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