Ferris New York (CLOSED)

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Ferris New York (CLOSED)
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Taylor Spong, Andrew Livingston and Taylor Conlin met at a Parsons party while they were attending different art schools in NYC. They pooled their resources to open this Brooklyn menswear boutique, featuring one-of-a-kind vintage and house-brand apparel ($28–$250), custom duds ($150–$3,500) and handcrafted silver jewelry ($175–$230) that’s all made in America. The space has a rustic vibe, with steel-pipe racks, a wood register and oak benches. We spotted a ton of reworked vintage items, including a wool-and-suede jacket embellished with 1950s pennant flags ($450), old-school Ralph Lauren polos ($50–$80) and silver Scrabble-letter rings ($230) crafted by Spong. Nautical-inspired cotton T-shirts ($28) and fleece sweatshirts ($50) are standouts from the house label. Mention TONY for ten percent off all purchases through Aug 1.


Venue name: Ferris New York (CLOSED)
Address: 243 Berry St

Cross street: between Grand and North 1st Sts
Opening hours: Daily 11am–7pm
Transport: Subway: L to Bedford Ave
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Liz Conlin and Janet Irwin

Clearly cutting edge. Can't wait to see the store in person. Hear it could use a cool lampshade to light up the stylish merchandise. And Grandma wants to know where the Lava Lamp is!