Saks Fifth Avenue: Stella Mc Cartney On2

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Brook Farm General Store: There’s something for everyone

Brook Farm General Store is a small shop on the south side of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. A neighborhood store, modeled on the traditional general stores of New York City, but with a modern interpretation. A store with a comfortable, inviting environment, selling well-made items from around the world. Vintage rolling pins, tea, soap, hammam towels, brushes, … Continue reading

Kidrobot SoHo: Dead Birds :(

 

Nespresso: Manish Arora’s Wonderland

Manish Arora is an Indian fashion designer based in New Delhi. The Nespresso Soho store window displays are part of a collaboration that brought together Indian avantgard designer and Nespresso. The store’s windows are covered with sequined and applique quilts, and animated little figures, representing several of New York most emblematic buildings.

NY Design Room: Say goodbye to old-store. The new one is coming soon!

The shop offers off the rack and made-to-measure clothes, accessories and jewelry and is worth a visit for its “workshop in a store” concept and periodic art exhibits.

MXYPLYZYK: Stories of Color in the city Of Light

The store is pronounced Mix-ee-pliz-ik (Inspired by a character in early Superman comics) A small shop that carries quirky yet practical home-décor goods and specialty gift items.

Cookies n Cream: Truck Display

Cookies -N- Cream is an independent culture brand based out of New York City. The Cookies n Cream brand is one that encompasses two creative outlets – one is clothing and the other is designer toys. In an era of “Me too” clothing brands and toys, we set out to create a brand that draws … Continue reading

Tender Buttons Winter Windows: ICE

The tiny Upper East Side store has been a treasure for almost four decades for costume designers and button collectors, sewers, knitters, and tourists from around the world.  

Bergdorf Goodman: Celebrate Chinese New Year

How to Celebrate Chinese New Year? Although it is always in January or February, the Chinese New Year does not fall on the same date each year. This year Chinese New Year is on February 3, 2011. It is the year of the Rabbit. 1. Research Chinese New Year 2. Clean your home in time … Continue reading

Toys R Us: Oompa Loompas comes to Times Square!

The world’s first-ever “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” store opened in Time Square! More specifically inside Toys R Us. Besides candy, the store sells T-shirts, tasty lip-balms, and “whimsical stationary.” It truly sounds like a world of pure imagination.