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The can't-miss stores for locals and tourists alike.

The Ultimate Guide to Shopping in New York

The can't-miss stores for locals and tourists alike.

Kathy StJulien is a travel writer and journalist who has lived in Madrid for 10 years. This is her guide.

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Local Artisan of the day is Williamsburg Garment Company. This American denim brand produces high quality jeans made in the USA at affordable prices. They are raw denim specialists and offer a wide range of sizes and big and tall jeans. Unique denim washes and aged jeans make this a stand out place to shop for the ultimate in artisan denim from America's oldest and most recognized denim mill. 181 Havemeyer St. Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC. www.madeinusajeans.us

Local Artisan of the day is Williamsburg Garment Company. This American denim brand produces high quality jeans made in the USA at affordable prices. They are raw denim specialists and offer a wide range of sizes and big and tall jeans. Unique denim washes and aged jeans make this a stand out place to shop for the ultimate in artisan denim from America's oldest and most recognized denim mill. 181 Havemeyer St. Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC. www.madeinusajeans.us

Have A One Of A Kind Shopping Experience At The Rock N’ Shop

Thanks to members of local rock band, The Bushwick Hotel, there's a kick-ass flea market in Bushwick for music lovers. The indoor bonanza—held inside The

Best stationery stores in New York City: pretty wall color, shelves, prints surrounding

The best stationery stores in NYC

Best stationery stores in New York City: pretty wall color, shelves, prints surrounding

Local Artisan of the day is Sharktooth. Sharktooth is a store that specializes in antique and vintage textiles. They do not sell reproductions or import any of their items. Their pieces are hand-picked at estate sales, auctions and markets all over the country and include various floor coverings from Swedish shag to Amish rag, Persian and Caucasian rugs from the early 1800s– 1930s, Turkish kilims, flatweaves from Central and South American, plus a careful selection of early American quilts…

Local Artisan of the day is Sharktooth. Sharktooth is a store that specializes in antique and vintage textiles. They do not sell reproductions or import any of their items. Their pieces are hand-picked at estate sales, auctions and markets all over the country and include various floor coverings from Swedish shag to Amish rag, Persian and Caucasian rugs from the early 1800s– 1930s, Turkish kilims, flatweaves from Central and South American, plus a careful selection of early American quilts…

Spin has created a new identity for the Design Museum Shop. The consultancy says the line ‘symobolises the first mark made in the creation of any design and shows how design is at the core of everything the museum touches’. What does everyone think?

Love how this design shop shares their philosophy on good design in their retail merchandising. (via Spin — Design Museum Shop)

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