Shopping Guide: New York

NEW YORK, New York - New York is our home town and it was difficult to single out our favorite places to shop in a city that is filled with a magnitude of shopping experiences. We tried to bring you the best of uptown, downtown, and Brooklyn and only shout out to stores that are exclusive to NYC. The best advice we have for shopping in NYC is just go for it. Anywhere you will wander you will probably find something you love and just have to buy.



This vintage paradise brings a little bit of Portobello Road to NYC with it’s eclectic assortment of stylish wares - from vintage ribbons to flapper dresses and boho fabrics and accessories all curated by Lorraine Kirke, mother of actresses Jemima and Lola Kirke.
41 Perry St, New York, NY 10014 212-675-1994

The Apartment by The Line
This boutique is actually set up as an apartment, where you can experience what it would be like to live an ultra-hip lifestyle. This is voyeurism and snobbism at its best or worst depending how you look at it.
76 Greene St. 3rd Floor New York, New York 10012 646-678-4908

This jewel box of a store carries some quirky labels and a fancy edited collection of designer goods.
18 East 69th Street New York, NY 10065 212-288-1338

De Vera
More of an experience than a store, this expertly edited collection of “object” for the home is a swoon-worthy experience that will leave you coveting everything. 1 Crosby Street New York, NY 10013

John Derian Company
The perfect place for gifts, homewares and vintage bedding. This is the first place we head when the holiday season approaches. 6 East Second Street New York, NY 10003 212-677-3917

Love Adorned
A unique mix of fine jewelry and lifestyle products featuring vintage and artisanal treasures. 269 Elizabeth St, New York, NY 10012 212-431-5683

Maryam Nassir Zadeh

A favorite among the fashion folk. This Lower East Side spot specializes in avant-garde pieces selected with a allergist's eye. 

123 Norfolk Street New York, NY 10002 212-673-6405

Dover Street Market

We feel like it would be impossible to leave this off the list. Not as good as the original London outpost but worth a visit. 

160 Lexington Avenue New York, NY 10016 646-837-7750

Electric Nest
This Brooklyn shop is home to silky jumpsuits and flowy caftans from owner Leana Zuniga's eclectic line Electric Feathers. You will also find vintage and statement jewelry all with a global feel.
60 Broadway Brooklyn, NY 11249 347-227-7023



Bergdorf Goodman
An Upper East Side institution, this is old-school NYC at its best. This department store has always catered to New York’s most well-heeled clientele who come for lunch or just to browse.
745 5th Avenue New York, NY 10019 212-753-7300‎

Century 21 Department Store
This is a bargain hunter’s paradise. You will find past season designer clothing, shoes, bags and homewares for a fraction of their original prices. This store will be packed with trendy European tourists looking for a deal.
22 Cortlandt Street, New York NY 10007 212-227-9092


Brooklyn Flea Market
This is the original Brooklyn Flea location and has over 100 dealers. Check the Brooklyn Flea web site for alternate locations in Brooklyn and NYC.
176 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238

Amarcord Vintage Fashion
This a great place for high-end vintage and trendy of-the-moment styles. They also have accessories.252 Lafayette Street # A New York, NY 10012 212-431-4161


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