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Posteritati

239 Centre St between Grand & Broome Sts
(212) 226-2207

At this gallery, visitors can peruse over 9,000 of their classic film posters either in person or through their computer database.   It’s practically heaven for movie buffs or lovers of art... Read More

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Goods for the Study

234 Mulberry St between Spring & Prince Sts
(212) 219-2789

Last summer, McNally Jackson Books owner Sarah McNally opened a companion store, Goods for the Study, around the corner on Mulberry Street. While both locations are dedicated to intellectual... Read More

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Urban Archaeology

143 Franklin St between Hudson & Varick Sts
(212) 431-4646

Born out of his love of rescuing and collecting old objects and repurposing them, Brooklyn raised Gil Shapiro opened Urban Archaeology in 1978. The store now has five locations, including shops in... Read More

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Eclectiques

483 Broome St at Wooster St
(212) 966-0650

Eclectiques in Soho is your typical antiques shop with – you guessed it – extremely eclectic offerings.  What stands out most is their collection of vintage Louis Vuitton luggage, from... Read More

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Antiqueria

129 Duane St at Church St
(212) 227-7500

Antiqueria Tribeca’s specialty is European 20th Century furniture. The gallery boasts a collection of French Art Deco furnishings, from leather club chairs to desks and dining-room suites, and... Read More

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Flair

88 Grand St between Wooster & Greene Sts
(212) 274-1750

Flair is a unique destination in Soho if you’re looking for a marriage of vintage furniture with modern accessories for your home. The store is highly selective with their European and American... Read More

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Canvas

199 Lafayette St at Broome St
(212) 461-1496

Canvas, a home goods collection that offers ethically sourced and ecologically responsible products whenever possible, was introduced by British ex-banker Andrew Corrie two years ago with the tagline... Read More

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Bloomingdale’s Soho

504 Broadway near Broome St
(212) 729-5900

This downtown art-deco landmark has been serving sophisticatedcity shoppers since 2004, and is geared more towards the ubiquitous business people and tourists of Soho than the big-budget designer... Read More