New stores (September 5–11, 2013)

0

Comments

Add +
  • Donkey cassette-tape–shaped cookie cutter, $16, at Annie’s Blue Ribbon General Store

  • Paisley Tree Press mullet-emblazoned coasters, eight for $15, at Annie’s Blue Ribbon General Store

  • Thomas Kletecka/BringIntoBeing

    Anya Hindmarch

  • Thomas Kletecka/BringIntoBeing

    Anya Hindmarch

  • Anya Hindmarch satchel, $2,250

  • Photograph: © Dan Lecca

    Badgley Mischka lace gown, $5,500

  • Badgley Mischka bib necklace, $395

  • Photograph: Alvina Lai

    Mission Workshop backpack, $265, at Bicycle Roots

  • Scott Speedster 40 bike, $979, at Bicycle Roots

  • Kryptonite Evolution Mini-7 U-Lock with four-inch Kryptoflex cable, $68, at Bicycle Roots

  • The Browshop at Completely Bare

  • Joey Healy Eyebrow Collection clear eyebrow-setting gel, $25, at the Browshop at Completely Bare

  • Joey Healy Eyebrow Collection slanted tweezers, $35, at the Browshop at Completely Bare

  • Etienne Aigner

  • Etienne Aigner leather oxfords, $275

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Etienne Aigner leather-and-cotton shirt, $225

  • Fjällräven

  • Fjällräven Greenland jacket, $220

  • Fjällräven Kanken backpack, $75

  • Fjällräven Greenland No. 1 Special Edition jacket, $250

  • Forever Amour Bridal

  • Jonathan Adler Accessories Store

  • Jonathan Adler unisex graphic-print wool scarf, $148

  • Jonathan Adler hexagon-print tote, $398

  • Jonathan Adler graphic-print dopp kit, $68

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Lockwood Shop

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Seltzer Goods Eat Like a New Yorker tote, $26, at Lockwood Shop

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Lockwood leather bracelets, $10 each

  • Photograph: Alex Strada

    Paper Source fox-emblazoned drinking glasses, four for $21, at Lockwood Shop

  • Nooka mirrored sunglasses, $129

  • Nooka silicone digital watch, $119

  • Nooka silicone passport holders, $45 each

  • Nunzio Saviano Salon

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Mavi men’s straight-leg jeans, $138

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Mavi denim jacket with contrast sleeves, $105

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Mavi lace-print skinny jeans, $98

  • Photograph: Alvina Lai

    Vince fur-trimmed anorak, $995

  • Photograph: Melissa Sinclair

    Vince leather-sleeve draped jacket, $445

Donkey cassette-tape–shaped cookie cutter, $16, at Annie’s Blue Ribbon General Store

Annie’s Blue Ribbon General Store

  • Price band: 2/4

After opening its doors in 2007, this popular shop relocates from Boerum Hill to a Park Slope storefront that’s more than twice the size. Owner Ann Cantrell carefully selects quirky household items, such as Mason Shaker cocktail shakers ($35) shaped like the iconic jar, Paisley Tree Press mullet-emblazoned coasters (eight for $15) and Bob’s Your Uncle vinyl collection puzzles ($27). Nostalgic foodies will adore Donkey cassette-tape–shaped cookie cutters ($16), while dog lovers can pick up Loopies woven dog cigars ($10). Mention TONY for 15 percent off all purchases through September 30. 232 Fifth Ave between Carroll and President Sts, Park Slope, Brooklyn (718-522-9848, blueribbongeneralstore.com). Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 232 Fifth Ave, (between Carroll and President Sts)
More info

Anya Hindmarch

  • Price band: 3/4

Celebrating 15 years in NYC, this British handbag designer replaces the original Upper East Side location with a larger flagship store, hawking quirky purses ($320–$12,000), leather accessories ($120–$2,880) and travel gear ($175–$2,500). The interiors of the 2,000-square-foot townhouse were designed by Ilse Crawford (studioilse.com) and take inspiration from Hindmarch’s own workshop with studio lighting and trestle-bench display tables. On the ground floor you’ll find the seasonal collection, including dual-tone cross-body bags ($895), stitched-ribbon totes ($750), metallic python wallets ($995) and signature tassel key rings ($175–$350). Browse the unique bespoke collection ($125–$6,000) and visit the craftsman’s workshop on the second level, where a leather expert can personalize any item ($120–$12,000) with embossed handwritten messages, drawings and photographs. 795 Madison Ave between 67th and 68th Sts (646-852-6233, anyahindmarch.com). Mon–Wed, Fri, Sat 10am–6pm; Thu 10am–7pm; Sun noon–5pm.

  1. 795 Madison Ave, (between 67th and 68th Sts)
More info

Badgley Mischka

  • Price band: 3/4

Eveningwear aficionados Mark Badgley and James Mischka open their first NYC store in the space previously occupied by Emilio Pucci. Built in 1910, the tri-level boutique features 18th-century antique columns, Parisian mirrors, raw-brass fixtures and a bohemian crystal chandelier. Ladies will find glitzy gowns ($355–$1,400), accessories ($55–$3,450) and outerwear ($495–$3,975), as well as the midpriced Mark & James collection of dresses and separates ($230–$520). Splurge on sleeveless lace frocks ($5,500), sparkling halter dresses ($5,940) and one-shoulder draped styles ($3,215). Add on beaded clutches ($375) and bib necklaces ($395) for a truly special occasion. 24 E 64th St between Fifth and Madison Aves (212-644-4934, badgleymischka.com). Mon–Sat 10am–6pm, Sun noon–5pm.

  1. 24 E 64th St, (between Fifth and Madison Aves)
More info

Bicycle Roots

  • Price band: 2/4

Ditch the subway and cycle in style with the help of this eco-chic bike shop. Owners and business partners Nechama Levy and Joe Lawler first opened their indie store in Bed-Stuy in 2012, and have migrated south into a location along the most heavily trafficked bike path in Brooklyn. The bi-level space features a 70-bike showroom, where a variety of two-wheelers ($335–$2,700)—ranging from urban riders and road bikes to cruisers and hybrids—hang from custom wall-mounted racks. You’ll find the service department on the upper level, where mechanics are fully equipped with parts to repair, upgrade or customize your ride. Tune up with the popular Joe package ($75–$200), which includes new handlebars, a basket and fenders. For hassle-free commuting, snag lightweight Dahon folding cycles ($335–$699) or go retro with Civia Twin City models ($499–$699) inspired by classic European city bikes. Accessorize with Basil Memories bottle baskets ($35), which are reminiscent of milk crates from the 1950s and also double as shopping baskets. Mention TONY for 10 percent off all purchases through October 5. 609 Nostrand Ave between Bergen and Dean Sts, Crown Heights, Brooklyn (718-668-5224, bicycleroots.com). Tue–Fri 10am–7pm, Sat 11am–6pm, Sun 11am–5pm.

  1. 609 Nostrand Ave, (between Bergen and Dean Sts)
More info

The Browshop at Completely Bare

  • Price band: 2/4

Makeup artist and licensed aesthetician Joey Healy opened his namesake Midtown West studio in November 2012 and word of his meticulous eyebrow shaping quickly spread, leading him to raise his prices (now $115) and requiring customers to book appointments out a month in advance. In an effort to accommodate even more clients at an affordable rate, he opens a pair of single-chair brow shops inside hair-removal salon Completely Bare. Healy personally selected and trained four technicians to execute his tweezing-only method—a more precise and less aggressive practice than waxing or threading—allowing him to continue to service celebrity patrons such as Kyra Sedgwick and Bethenny Frankel at his original spot. Expect to spend 30 to 45 minutes sitting at the spike-adorned white-lacquer counter, where just three services are offered: eyebrow shaping ($55), tinting ($35) and the combination package Eyebrow Blueprint ($75). Products from the Joey Healy Eyebrow Collection are used during treatments, such as brow-growth serums ($125), clear setting gels ($25), slanted tweezers ($35), waterproof pencils ($25), tinted powders ($28) and dual-ended brushes ($28). You’ll leave with a gratis eyebrow calibration card, detailing the various measurements of your arches, so you can track their growth and accurately maintain their shape between visits. 103 Fifth Ave between 17th and 18th Sts, third floor • 25 Bond St between Bowery and Lafayette St • (212-366-6060, joeyhealy.com). Mon–Fri 1–9pm; Sat, Sun 10am–6pm.

  1. Various Locations
More info

Etienne Aigner

  • Price band: 3/4

After debuting in the U.S. in 1950, this French leather-goods brand finally has a store to call its own. The 3,500-square-foot space is decorated with warm oak and deep-purple accents, mirroring the women’s clothing ($225–$1,095), handbags ($310–$625), footwear ($225–$395) and jewelry ($40–$395) made under new creative director Daniella Anastasio Bardazzi, a former accessories designer for Michael Kors and Isaac Mizrahi. Pick up high-quality wardrobe staples such as wool capes ($1,095), leather oxford flats ($295) and leather-and-suede satchels ($550–$595). When you’re shopped out, relax in the back reading room, featuring vintage leather-bound issues of Harper’s Magazine and a chalkboard for kids (or adults) to occupy their time. 65 Greene St between Broome and Spring Sts (212-334-1079, etienneaigner.com). Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 65 Greene St, (between Broome and Spring Sts)
More info

Fjällräven

  • Price band: 2/4

Following the success of a long-standing Nolita pop-up, this Swedish brand opens its first permanent NYC shop, creating a greenery-laden haven for all things outdoorsy. The weather-proof threads ($45–$700) and accessories ($30–$170) for men and women are mirrored by the shop’s decor, featuring earth-green walls, live plants and wooden fixtures handmade in Sweden. Pick up functional pieces made with the signature wind-resistant and quick-drying G-1000 fabric, including classic top-handle backpacks ($75), hooded ponchos ($300) and waterproof jackets ($220). Protect your new duds with Greenland Wax ($6–$10), which will keep you dry on the go. 38 Greene St at Grand St (646-682-9253, fjallraven.us). Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 38 Greene St, (at Grand St)
More info

Forever Amour Bridal

  • Price band: 3/4

This charming bridal salon offers wedding gowns ($1,400–$2,500) from brands such as Enzoani, Maggie Sottero and Valentina at 40 to 80 percent off retail prices. Owners Joanna Daidone and Regina Cuciniello score overstock dresses from designers and manufacturers around the country. Make an appointment to try on a Saison Blanche strapless ruffled frock ($1,875), a Kitty Chen gown with diamond appliqués ($1,400) and an Enzoani chiffon dress ($1,500). Add house-brand silver rhinestone bracelets ($198) and elegant studs ($48) to complete the look. 1089 Second Ave between 57th and 58th Sts, second floor (212-486-2900, foreveramourbridal.com). Mon–Sat 11am­–8pm, Sun 1–5pm. By appointment only.

  1. 1089 Second Ave, second floor, (between 57th and 58th Sts)
More info

Jonathan Adler Accessories Store

  • Price band: 2/4

New York designer, potter and author Jonathan Adler recently launched a line of women’s and men’s accessories ($30–$400), including handbags, neckties, scarves and small leather goods. He turns his six-year-old West Village home store into the first shop devoted to the line, plus a handful of kitschy gifts ($38–$200). We’re lusting over graphic-print dopp kits ($68), heart-buckle reversible suede belts ($48) and unisex wool scarves ($148). The handbags selection includes textured PVC totes ($178) and leather carryalls ($398). 37 Greenwich Ave at Charles St (212-488-2803, jonathanadler.com). Mon–Sat 11am–7pm, Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 37 Greenwich Ave, (at Charles St)
More info

Lockwood Shop

  • Price band: 2/4

Site NYC owner Mackenzi Farquer outgrew her tiny 400-square-foot shop, so she changed the name, moved up the block to a space more than triple the size and stocked everything she always wanted to in her ideal lifestyle store. She’s added women’s clothing ($30–$200), accessories ($20–$200) and furniture ($15–$1,200) to the mix of giftable home goods ($5–$300). Unique finds include Lockwood leather wrap bracelets ($10), BB Dakota open-back sweaters ($105) and Paper Source fox-emblazoned drinking glasses (four for $21). Mention TONY for 15 percent off all purchases through September 30. 32-15 33rd St between Broadway and 34th Ave, Astoria, Queens (718-626-6030, lockwoodshop.com). Daily 11am–8pm.

  1. 32-15 33rd St, (between Broadway and 34th Ave)
More info

Mavi

  • Price band: 2/4

After closing its Greenwich Village location, this Turkish denim brand makes the move to Brooklyn. The 2,400-square-foot space houses both the men’s ($78–$498) and women’s ($78–$498) collections, hung from scales and surrounded by bottles of dye and dishes of rivets. Dubbed the “denim kitchen,” the interior reflects a chef’s cookery by substituting pots and pans with fabrics and buttons, showing how a pair of jeans comes together. Ladies can indulge their wild side with moto jeans ($108), low-rise skinny cuts ($98) and contrast-denim jackets ($108). Guys will find slim-leg bootcut styles ($98) and relaxed straight-leg fits ($138). 205 Fifth Ave at Union St, Park Slope, Brooklyn (718-789-2038, mavi.com). Mon–Wed, Sun 11am–8pm; Thu–Sat 11am–9pm.

  1. 205 Fifth Ave, (at Union St)
More info

Nooka pop-up

  • Price band: 2/4

In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, a slew of temporary stores have opened at the South Street Seaport in place of many still-closed businesses. One such example is this tiny space—less than 150 square feet—which futuristic accessories brand Nooka built from refitted shipping containers to match the mood of rebuilding along the shore. At the Australian retailer’s first U.S. location, shop watches ($119–$375), sunglasses ($129–$275) and fragrances ($5–$80) for both sexes. Highlights include zip-tie leather belts ($49), colorful wallets ($35) and passport cases ($45) and silicone square-faced watches ($119). 19 Fulton St between Front and Water Sts (212-967-4260, nooka.com). Daily 10am–10pm. Through Sept 30.

  1. 19 Fulton St, (between Front and Water Sts)
More info

Nunzio Saviano Salon

  • Price band: 3/4

Naples native Nunzio Saviano built up a loyal clientele as a senior stylist at Oscar Blandi, earning a spot in Allure’s “Best of the Best” Beauty Directory for four consecutive years in the process. After working a brief stint at Sharon Dorram at Sally Hershberger, he opens his first salon on the bottom two floors of an Upper East Side townhouse. The ground level houses a petite reception area, where the full range of Kérastase’s newly released Couture styling products ($35–$36) are sold (the high-end hair-care brand’s items are exclusively used in the salon). Climb a flight of stairs to the understated, modern ten-chair space, where Saviano and his assistant, Sarah Rona, offer cuts (women $100–$250, men $75–$175), braiding ($50, with shampoo and blow-dry $125), updos ($150–$500), Cezanne formaldehyde-free smoothing treatments ($250) and Kérastase deep-conditioning masques ($50). Fellow Oscar Blandi alum and colorist Stephanie Brown executes single-process color ($125–$150), highlights ($275–$400) and clear gloss treatments ($65). Makeup applications ($150–$250) and lessons ($150/hr) are also available by appointment with artists Tanya Rae (tanyarae.com) and Albee Franson (albeefranson.com). 130 E 65th St between Park and Lexington Aves (212-988-0880, nunziosaviano.com). Mon 9am–5pm; Tue, Wed, Fri 9am–6pm; Thu 9am–7pm; Sat 9am–5pm.

  1. 130 E 65th St, (between Park and Lexington Aves)
More info

Vince

  • Price band: 3/4

Celebrated for its high-end basics, this luxury brand opens its fourth NYC store. The brick-walled, 3,000-square-foot shop carries the full clothing line for ladies ($48–$2,400) and gents ($45–$1,295), spread over two floors. Check out the ladies’ collection on the ground level, including cropped tuxedo pants ($275), jewel-toned silk blouses ($295) and slouchy cashmere sweaters ($325). A small selection of chic footwear ($225–$550) features d’Orsay suede flats ($295) and menswear-inspired leather loafers ($325). Guys should head up the bronze stairs to the sky-lit mezzanine to find leather-and-wool crewneck sweaters ($325), hooded bomber jackets ($1,250) and soft V-neck tees ($45). 89 Mercer St between Broome and Spring Sts (212-381-0310, vince.com). Mon–Wed, Fri 11am–7pm; Thu 11am–8pm; Sun noon–6pm.

  1. 89 Mercer St, (between Broome and Spring Sts)
More info

Got store news? E-mail us at shopping.ny@timeout.com.



Users say

0 comments

Sales and shopping events calendar

  1. Brooklyn Flea

    The Brooklyn Flea is back outside on Saturdays in ...

  2. SHWICK Market

    This new market—part indoor, part alfresco—will ho...

  3. The Bank of America...

    The Winter Village at Bryant Park (sponsored by Ba...

19 more events »

Time Out videos



Tweets by Time Out NY

Subscribe to Time Out New York on Spotify for playlists and recommendations from our Music team.

Check out New York's best restaurants, hottest street style, cool apartments and more.