A former buyer for indie shop Dalaga, Jade Elzien opens her first boutique, named after her daughter. Brooklyn artist Caleb Engstrom (calebengstrom.org) created the custom raw-wood racks and counters that display feminine threads ($55–$178), footwear ($99–$150) and locally made jewelry ($22–$238) from indie brands such as Erica Weiner, Cooper & Ella and All Black. Expect to find Isabel Lu houndstooth sweaters ($92), G.H. Bass & Co. leather penny loafers ($99) and Ann-Ya leather paint-splattered pouches ($45).
|Venue name:||Violet Pepper||Contact:|
688 Manhattan Ave
|Cross street:||between Nassau and Norman Aves|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sat noon–8pm, Sun noon–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: G to Nassau Ave|
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