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Celine

67 Wooster St. between Broome and Spring Sts.
212-226-8001
celine.com

Fashionista favorite Celine has finally opened a freestanding boutique in downtown NY, and it’s just steps away from the Soho Grand. The sleek space, designed in collaboration with Danish artist... Read More

Billykirk

16 Orchard Street Canal and Hester Streets
(646) 684-4050
billykirk.com

Billykirk’s first brick-and-mortar shop is located in Manhattan’s Lower East Side, and includes a retail space in the front as well as the brand’s showroom in the back. The 750... Read More

Shop at Patron of the New in Tribeca NYC

Patron of the New

151 Franklin St between Varick & Hudson Sts
(212) 966-7144

Al Abayan, former creative director of Tribeca’s now-closed branch of the cult Tokyo boutique Number (N)ine, and his partner Lisa Pak, lend their sartorial expertise to Patron of the New, a luxury... Read More

Shop at Posteritati in Little Italy NYC

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

Shop at The Bullet Shop in Tribeca NYC

The Bullett Shop

47 Walker St between Church St & Broadway

Bullett Media has tapped into the power of reinvention lately, leaving its popular print magazine behind last fall to go 100% digital and taking on major corporate clients as a creative agency, all... Read More

Russ&Daughters

Russ & Daughter’s

179 East Houston St between Allen & Orchard Sts
(212) 475-4880

Joel Russ was a Polish immigrant who started selling herring from a pushcart, and after seven years saved enough money to open a store at 179 Houston Street. He brought his daughters into the... 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