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  1. The Definitive Bushwick Shopping GuideRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2016 | Racked

    There is no J.Crew in Bushwick. There's no Sephora, no Uniqlo, no Whole Foods, no Urban Outfitters.


  2. Peek Inside Eileen Fisher's 'Upcycled' Clothing Pop-Up in BrooklynRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 22, 2016 | Racked

    Eileen Fisher continues to be a leader in sustainable fashion. For the next two weekends, pop into 47 Bergen Street to shop a limited-edition range of upcycled fashion pieces created from damaged items donated to the company's Green Eileen initiative.


  3. The Definitive Seaport District Shopping GuideRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 30, 2016 | Racked

    The Seaport District is making good on its promise to up its cool factor, thanks to several new shopping additions within the last two years and a Smorgasburg outpost that's open seven days a week. And the micro-neighborhood isn't done yet - there's This isn't your typical pet supply shop.


  4. Meet the Founders of the Online Market Taking Over Williamsburg This SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2016 | Racked

    When Alana Bronston and Ali Kriegsman coincidentally started jobs at a marketing company at the same time, they had no idea that they'd also end up quitting on the same day to focus on a business together - until they did just that. With Ali's editorial background and Alana's past e-commerce experience, the two 20-somethings launched Bulletin , a website-slash-market-slash-community featuring more than 70 international designers selling everything from gold-plated rings to handwoven rugs to charcoal soap.


  5. The Best Shopping in Coney Island Is the Brooklyn Beach ShopRead the original story

    Jun 13, 2016 | Racked

    There are so many wonderful things about Coney Island, and one of them is the Brooklyn Beach Shop . It's right on the boardwalk, and might be the best place to wrap up a day of sun .


  6. Become a Sunglasses Designer at Illesteva's New Uptown StoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2016 | Racked

    Think there's a career in eyewear design in your future? Get a taste of it at New York City's newest Illesteva store, which quietly opened on the Upper East Side this week . It's the Italian-made company's first store to feature a "Build Your Own" sunglasses bar, allowing customers to mix and match frames and candy-colored lenses for a personalized look.


  7. Six New York City Stationers for Actually Cool Wedding InvitationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2016 | Racked

    Wedding invitations can be stuffy, and the art of calligraphy in general tends to err on the formal side. But what if you're having a low-key wedding? Below are five local printing studios in Manhattan and Brooklyn that specialize in beautiful, albeit a bit more chill, wedding stationery.


  8. Meet the Go-To Flower Guy for City Hall WeddingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 9, 2016 | Racked

    Most people who visit the Marriage Bureau in lower Manhattan are just stopping by for a few hours, either watching loved ones say their vows or taking the plunge themselves. But there are regulars.


  9. The Local Etsy Designers to Shop at Celebrate Brooklyn! This SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 7, 2016 | Racked

    For the fifth year running, Etsy's New York Street team will provide a capsule of all-handmade goods from local artists during Brooklyn Information & Culture's Celebrate Brooklyn! outdoor performing arts festival - picking up again for the season on Wednesday - to create a one-of-a kind shopping experience for locals and tourists alike all summer long. You can check out all of the designers that'll be featured here - and while they're definitely all worth a look, we scouted out the best items from eight of the vendors that'll be there in the below photos.


  10. Shop Bushwick's First Vintage Crawl This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2016 | Racked

    Do you have weekend plans already? If so, cancel them. Cancel 'em all, because seven really great vintage stores are teaming up for two days of discounts in the Bushwick Vintage Crawl beginning Saturday, June 4th.


  11. New York City's Best Indie BoutiquesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Racked

    While the city's big department stores and designer shops are pretty hard to miss for both tourists and locals alike, even lifelong residents might not know about the wealth of shopping opportunities that New York has to offer in its indie boutique scene. We've narrowed down what was previously a giant map to just the essential Before we get into the latest version of this map, let's go over the criteria of what's eligible and what's not: National chains have been excluded, as have vintage stores, home and furniture shops, jewelry boutiques, and beauty retailers - we have guides for each of those .


  12. Warby Parker's First Brooklyn Store Is Very Warby Parker, Very BrooklynRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2016 | Racked

    The very first Warby Parker Brooklyn outpost is appropriately nestled on Bergen Street in Cobble Hill, right by Clare Vivier and neighborhood bar 61 Local. The inside is very Warby, down to the displays of color-coordinated books, a cheeky map on the best spots to read throughout the borough, and plenty of frames, both optical and sun.


  13. Menswear Retail's Minimalist MovementRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | Racked

    Once upon a time, three to five years ago, the fashionable masculine ideal was a mutant hybrid of a British schoolboy and a lumberjack who quit the logging business to move to Brooklyn but kept his wardrobe. Heavy fabrics with recognizable Anglophile lineages abounded.


  14. Is Jill Lindsey the Busiest Woman in Brooklyn?Read the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2016 | Racked

    Jill Lindsey is a powerhouse. She's a woman, a Brooklynite, and a designer who dabbles in apparel, shoes, and furniture.


  15. Warby Parker Is Coming to Grand Central TerminalRead the original story w/Photo

    May 6, 2016 | Racked

    Warby Parker isn't satisfied with just adding a Brooklyn store to its New York City lineup. Crain's New York reports that the glasses e-tailer has just signed for a 1,357-square-foot store inside Grand Central Terminal; we reached out to the brand and they added that the store will have an entrance on 42nd Street and Vanderbilt Avenue, and that they're shooting for a late summer opening.


  16. Nautica Chooses Soho For Its Return to RetailRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2016 | Racked

    Nautica has opened a store, and it's chosen downtown New York for its retail re-emergence . Friday is the brand's opening day at 101 Prince Street - right between Apple and J.Crew - and the location will feature custom tailoring and same-day delivery service in Manhattan for both online and in-store purchases.


  17. Take a Break Inside Miu Miu's Retrospective LoungeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | Racked

    Are you ready to party at Club Miu Miu? According to The Cut, the third floor of the luxury brand's East 57th Street flagship has been transformed into a lounge of sorts - guests can indulge in snacks, watch the Miu Miu women's tales series , and see the clothing and accessories on display from the past 11 runway collections featured in the series. Stop by the shopping retrospective before it closes on May 8th.


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