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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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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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Shinola

177 Franklin St between Hudson & Greenwich Sts
(917) 728-3000

Shinola, with the fitting slogan “Where American is made,” has its roots planted deep in American manufacturing, starting out as a shoe polish company at the turn of the century before ultimately... Read More

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BOOKMARC

400 Bleecker Street New York, NY 10014 (Bleecker and W. 11th)
(212) 620 4021
www.marcjacobs.com

This offshoot of the Marc Jacobs empire is one of our favourite literary destinations in New York. Its real specialty lies in the vast array of beautiful art tomes, housed on floor-to-ceiling wooden... Read More

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Three Lives & Co.

154 West 10th Street (between Waverly Pl & Greenwich Ave)
(212) 741-2069
http://threelives.com/

One of the last bastions of old New York bookstores, Three Lives and Co. wears their mission statement proudly: “We exist for the reader, not the publisher, nor the marketer.” –... Read More

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Crewcuts Tribeca

50 Hudson St. New York, NY (@ Thomas St.)
212.587.3139
www.jcrew.com

If OshKosh B’Gosh overalls aren’t your child’s thing, J.Crew’s junior apparel line for budding sartorialists and fashionistas ages 2-14 outfits TriBeCa’s best-dressed... Read More

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MONOCLE

535 Hudson St., New York, NY (Charles & 10th Sts.)
212.229.1120
shop.monocle.com

What began as Monocle Magazine – a global glossy covering travel, culture, and design – has expanded into something far beyond reading material. Monocle’s first retail store in New York is... Read More