Monthly Archives

November 2015

  • Sharktooth

    Sharktooth, in Brooklyn, specializes in vintage textiles. The name chosen as it is unrelated to the products being sold, allows the shop to speak for itself. There is a rotating inventory…

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  • Coral & Tusk

    Coral & Tusk’s studio in Brooklyn does double duty as a showroom. Coral & Tusk, the name chosen to represent auspicious elements of land and sea, is a whimsical range of…

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  • Les Indiennes

    Les Indiennes, a shop selling hand block printed textiles in Hudson, opened in 2014. Les Indiennes, the 18th Century French name for this type of fabric, started as an online business…

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  • The Hill-Side

    The Hill-Side recently opened its first flagship store in Brooklyn. The combination of an indigo resist-dyed noren and a New York subway-style mosaic tile floor in the entryway give a flavor…

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  • Zeri Crafts

    An old beach chalet with a view of the Gulf is home to Zeri Crafts. This restored, sunlit bungalow set against a backdrop of Kuwaiti high rises houses a carefully curated…

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  • Brooklyn Art Library

    Brooklyn Art Library is home to The Sketchbook Project. Nearly 34,000 sketchbooks from 135 countries line the shelves of this Williamsburg institution. Anyone can contribute by participating in an annual submission.…

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