Wednesday, May 27, 2015

We've only got a few days left! If you haven't gotten a chance to swing by 
we'll be here through Saturday May 30th 
at 90 Stanton st. (btwn Orchard and Ludlow)
from 11:00am-8:00pm

Check out some of our awesome write ups this week!

Saturday, May 16, 2015

Pop-Up for Dreamers
Check out our shop! by David Cicconi
Store front at 90 Stanton st.
Window design by Tate Ako

Hats: Alessandra Rivera, Sunglasses: Play Boy Collection by Selima Optique, Home Jewels: Brooklyn Thread , Jewelry: Alibi NYC and Brooklyn Heavy Metal, Skull: Alexis Greene, Back Rack: Monroe TradesScarves: CJW, Clothes: Karie Laks and H Fredriksson, Candles: Mad Brooklyn, Accessory BKStyled Collaboration with Shana Luther and Emgie Libris , Chocolates: Lululosphy, Tea:

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Check out some of our awesome events we have coming up this week!

Thursday May 7th
Meet designer Christina Wang of CJW Scarves

Thursday May 8th 
Have your palm read by Darcey Leonard, founder of the Tarot Society

Sunday May 10th
Take your mom out for some Tea and Chocolates by  and Lululosophy
(20% off select items with voucher or mother in hand)

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Sunday Edition of Meet Your Maker: cjw

We're so excited to introduce you to this last designer who squeaked into our roster just in the nick of time! 

cjw creates awesome, cheeky scarves with the finest, plush materials.

Inspired by art, popular culture, bright colors, classic glamour, international travels and everyday comforts; the collection is a whimsical zeitgeist.

The products are designed to envelope you in warmth and act as the perfect companion to any outfits or adventures for many years to come.

christina j. wang is a fine artist and consumer of beautiful objects. wang’s art career started at brown university, where she studied visual arts, art history and economics. after receiving her mfa from the school of visual arts, wang continues to paint and design in brooklyn with her chocolate lab phineas. cjw is the smorgasbord of the best stuff past, present and always.

Check her out at:

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Saturday Edition of Meet Your Maker: H Fredriksson

H Fredriksson is a collection designed with a modern, artistic and sustainable conscious purpose. Inspired by the dark psychology of Bergman Films and contemporary European painting, the collection has an air of melancholic beauty, drawn from the austere silhouettes of the Nordic landscape. The overall mood of the line is one of time and timelessness, yet the details, silhouettes and design breathe modern contemporary culture. Thru balancing tailored garments with oversized and loosely draped pieces she creates a juxtaposition that is the core of the H Fredriksson aesthetic. With a sense of past and present, the designer’s belief in traditional craft as well as in a future of new sustainable fabric technologies is marked in the mindful fabric choices of the collection. The collection is manufactured in New York City using sustainable fabrics and production methods. The Swedish  designer Helena Fredriksson lives and works in Brooklyn where she  combines the two worlds into a sophisticated collection which reflects both the Scandinavian aesthetics of her upbringing and the multi cultured reality of living in New York City. She balances the fashion sense with her art background and brings the intricate nature inspired fabric prints, created from her photographs and drawings, into the collection for an intimate touch.  H Fredriksson has been worn by Cameron Diaz, Alek Wek, Ana Matronic amoung other dedicated followers.

The designer has created customs for Performa Artists like Wangechi Mutu & Dorit Chrysler, Kitchen Choreographers like Isabel Gotowsky, Felicia Ballos & Nancy Garcia. She has further designed uniforms for, and is continuously collaboration with, Sanshodo, a Japanese company. Helena also curated The Color Palate Project an art, food and film project showed in New York and that will travel to Tokyo and Europe in the future.
She has previously contributed to gallery shows in NYC and Sweden, and has been featured in 4 published books and several US and international magazines. 

Check out more H Fredriksson at: