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April 2015

  • 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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  • lf8 Elevate x Alabama Chanin

    Lisa Fox is happiest when she is traveling the world, meeting new people and adding to her impressive collection of handmade and artisanal clothing, textiles and accessories. In the early 1980’s…

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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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  • Grace & Favor

      There is magic in the shop, says Andrea Brooke of Grace & Favor. British eccentric with a touch of Harry Potter is how she describes her interiors and home shop,…

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  • The Garden

    Observing cowslips growing amongst the hedgerow on a country walk inspires Mark Grehan’s approach to floristry and landscaping. Mark, a Connemara native from a family of keen gardeners, knew he wanted…

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  • Indigo & Cloth

      The labor and dedication involved in indigo dying inspired Garrett Pitcher’s choice of name for his shop, and represents the standard he likes to hold himself to. Denim is the…

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  • Leffot

      A large chandelier and fourteen foot long table dominates the space, giving Leffot more the air of a gallery than a shop. Steven Taffel had always wanted his own shop…

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