Colorful Champagne Flutes, Leather Sling Chairs, and More New Stuff in New York Stores — New York Magazine

ClusterJoining West Greenpoint’s homewares district are vintage-focused Copper+Plaid and family-run Burson & Reynolds. (Photo: Courtesy of the vendors) 1. Homecoming: Romy Northover macchiato mugs with liquid 22-karat gold ($62); vases made with excavated clay (from $85). 107 Franklin St.2. From the Source: Chairs made of recycled oil drums ($325); teak open-storage side Continue Reading

Popsicle Molds, Hyperniche Books, and More New Stuff in New York Stores — New York Magazine

First LookIn August, Swedish menswear designer Stephen F brings turquoise suits and hand-sewn suede shoes to his first Stateside shop (829 Washington St.). Illustration by Jason Lee   (Photo: Courtesy of the vendor) 1. Accessories bar: leather ties ($160); green suede belts ($150).2. Downstairs: personal shopping, with a sofa and coffee table.3. Drawings: artist illustrations Continue Reading

Burberry’s New Scarf Bar, Triangular Desk Lamps, and More New Stuff in New York Stores — New York Magazine

First LookIn October, the Brooklyn Yoga Club debuts in a Clinton Hill brownstone (206 Vanderbilt Ave.), with a co-working space and café. Illustration by Jason Lee   1. Test kitchen: Monthly Indian-cooking classes with chef Nandini Sharma that end with a banquet ($120).2. Wall art: Paintings by Julian Schnabel, a student at the school’s former Continue Reading

Woolly Vases, Color-Changing Ashtrays, and More New Stuff in New York Stores — New York Magazine

First LookThis October, Restoration Hardware unveils a contemporary-furniture collection, RH Modern, at its 935 Broadway store. Illustration by Jason Lee   (Photo: Courtesy of the vendor) 1. Seating: Alfieri chairs ($3,995); Morgan Barrelback–designed armchairs ($449).2. Lighting: Van Thiel–designed spire chandeliers ($3,595).3. Tables: Suspended-drawer side tables ($895).4. Rugs: Ben Soleimani rugs ($1,495 for a five-by-seven).5. Staircase: Continue Reading

Sophisticated Halloween Candy, a Pet Shop With a Human Café, and More New Stuff in New York Stores — New York Magazine

First LookMicrosoft will open its first flagship store — five stories, six years in the making — on October 26 (677 Fifth Ave.). Illustration by Jason Lee   (Photo: Courtesy of the vendor) 1. Answer desks: Complimentary PC tune-ups; personal training for all Microsoft software and hardware.2. Community center: Two 30-person theaters for Girls Who Continue Reading

Magazine Racks, Korean Eyewear, and More New Stuff in New York Stores — New York Magazine

First LookOn November 10, Northern Grade, a roving pop-up shop of indie fashion and décor, settles in the Seaport with its first permanent store (203 Front St.). Illustration by Jason Lee   (Photo: Courtesy of the vendor) 1. Bags: Prussian-blue totes by Fleabags ($440); carryalls by Scholar Mfg ($437).2. Outerwear: Red Chester coats by Krammer Continue Reading

High Heel Self-Defense, Handsomer Gym Bags, and More New Stuff in New York Stores — New York Magazine

DeconstructionPilates trainer to many a Disney Channel star, Amy Jordan just opened her first East Coast WundaBar studio (21 Thompson St.), where a reformer, ballet barre, jump bar, and chair system combine in the all-in-one WundaFormer. (Photo: Courtesy of the vendor) 1. Ballet barre for balance and conditioning exercises.2. Straps for posture-focused work Continue Reading

The most flexible handbags colours

Now that the year is nearing completion, it’s time to really hope onto New Year’s patterns. If you’re a crossbody bag obsessed (aren’t we all?) after that you need to understand that black, nude and also brownish were the trending handbag shades this year. If you’re to splurge on a high-end bag currently of the Continue Reading