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  • Goods for the study

    Goods For The Study, is a shop devoted to the tools involved in creating a perfect workspace, whether it be a dedicated room or a simple work surface. The result of…

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  • Fair

    Fair showcases high-end, beautifully crafted furniture and home accessories from makers in the New York area. Established in 2015 by Brad Ford, the concept was born out of a modern makers…

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  • The Quality Mending Co.

    The Quality Mending Co is a vintage apparel and clothing company with shops in Nolita and Brooklyn. Founded by Oliver Harkness in 2003, the original shop located on Prince Street was…

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  • Purl Soho

    Purl Soho, a needlecraft supply shop in New York, is the ultimate destination for any one who loves handcrafts. Walls and tables are lined and covered with skeins of colorful yarns,…

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  • 7115 by Szeki

    7115 by Szeki is a womenswear brand with shops on New York’s Lower East Side and in Brooklyn. Named for the Hong Kong born owner and designer Szeki, the ‘7115’ is…

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  • Emily Thompson Flowers

      Emily Thompson has combined her talents as a sculptor and floral artist to create a sublime shop and floral design company. Her shop is a green oasis located in Manhattan’s…

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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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  • 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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  • Picture Room

    Sandeep Salter, co-founder of Goods For The Study, recognized an opportunity for a shop selling affordable artwork, so one year ago she and partner Sarah McNally opened Picture Room in the…

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  • Tender Buttons

      A New York institution, Tender Buttons remains the same today as it was when opened in 1965 on the ground floor shop of a townhouse. Founded in 1964 when Diana…

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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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  • Pink Chicken

    Stacey Fraser’s beach house in Amagansett is the inspiration for each of the four Pink Chicken shops. Each shop uses different distinctive colors and patterned wallpapers, the same patterns that Stacey has…

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