Creative director Eric Zim was inspired by the birth of his first son to open his debut retail store, a playful shop dedicated to dads and their children. The pint-size space is filled with things that parents and kids can enjoy together, as well as home goods and trinkets for the young at heart. Inside, a Heimplanet inflatable tent ($735) hangs from the ceiling, and a Tomos moped ($2,900), customized by Brooklyn bike shop Second Stroke, rests atop a shelf. Decidedly adult finds include Sweet Bella wooden bird callers ($40–$50), Papafoxtrot mini satellites ($35) and a Unit Portables laptop bag ($100). The back of the shop also boasts a small gallery space with a rotating display of work, currently photographs ($1,200 each) by German shutterbug Wolfgang Wesener.
|Venue name:||Scissor (CLOSED)||Contact:|
80 Varick St
|Cross street:||between Grand and Watts Sts|
|Opening hours:||Wed–Sat 1–8pm|
|Transport:||Subway: J, Z, N, Q, R, 6 to Canal St|
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