MarieBelle's chocolates are adorned with intricate handcrafted designs, but the real artistry is in their taste.
Owners Valerie Guariglia and Christine Miele are veterans of the great New York flea markets, where the two of them honed their impeccable taste.
Few retail store openings have been heralded with as much delight and frenzied anticipation as the arrival of Topshop.
As the country’s only nonprofit arts organization devoted exclusively to drawing, The Drawing Center offers more than just a multi-floor gallery, where drawings by historical, well-known contemporary and emerging artists share wall space; the group also spearheads educational initiatives and maintains a vibrant program of film screenings, artist talks, participatory art events and more.
These two sister shops specialize in high-end designer vintage resale, with both classic and current clothes and accessories from labels like Hermès, Chanel, Balenciaga, Christian Louboutin and Louis Vuitton on offer—including the Hermès Birkin bag and other luxe satchels.
This century-old Italian sneaker company is taking on a new life as a hip shoe marque, courtesy of Steve Madden (who has licensed the brand) and creative directors Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
With a background in costume making and styling, owner Ellen Christine Colon-Lugo offers a charming display of hats, textiles, lingerie, suits and accessories in a small and intimate setting.
Founder Sam Buffa was inspired by old-timey barbershops when he opened the first Fellow Barber (then known as F.S.C.
Aquagrill is the place for top-quality seafood.
With an emphasis on the slow part of its name, the Italian-bred brand has opened its first US store in SoHo, leaving shoppers feeling unrushed and unhurried as they peruse the racks of menswear and accessories in this mid-century European-style space.
Vegans and PETA advocates won’t be buying anything at m0851: this popular brand of shops, which originated in Montreal, is all leather all the time, with dabs of fur thrown in for good measure.
Muji—which champions an environmentally aware and somewhat minimalist philosophy—stocks a wide variety of products, ranging from clothing to bed linens and furniture to colored pencils.