Jewelry designer and Brooklynite Gabriela de la Vega opened her eponymous Fort Greene boutique to sell her chic jewelry line and high-fashion threads such as A Détacher silk dresses ($640). She's joined forces with stylist, vintage guru and fellow Kings County dweller Hilary Robertson to create a joint antique haven, where De la Vega’s intricate baubles commingle with the home goods that Robertson sources from auctions and flea markets. Vintage mini chandeliers (two for $380) hang from the ceiling of the atticlike space, where you’ll also find pottery teacups (four for $120), floral candle wall sconces (two for $160) and a wood painter’s table ($300). Pair a 1920s evening bag ($220) with modern garb, including Karen Walker dress pants ($304), Gabriela de la Vega key-charm necklaces ($360), Tocca fitted blazers ($450) and Coclico suede, heeled oxfords ($350).
Gabriela de la Vega and Mrs. Robertson
|Venue name:||Gabriela de la Vega and Mrs. Robertson||Contact:|
88 S Portland Ave
|Cross street:||between Fulton St and Lafayette Ave|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sat noon–7pm, Sun noon–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: C to Lafayette Ave; G to Fulton St (Lafayette Ave)|