We’re proud to be hosting the Kaleidoscope Holiday Sale on Sunday, December 18th, curated by our lovely friend Tracey Tanner (whose leather goods are fantastic)! The sale includes local/independent/handmade designs which make for wonderful gifts! Stop by from 11 am to 7 pm – the sale is located on the 2nd Floor (entrance is on the Bowery). Invite your friends!
Annabelle by Anna McCraney – Womens Clothing and Accessories
Coral & Tusk – Home Accessories and Kids Clothing
Devorado NYC – Designer Vintage
Julie Rofman – Jewelry
Lucky Fish – Women, Men and Kids Clothing and Home Accessories
Mar Y Sol – Womens and Home Accessories
Modern-Twist – Home Accessories
Nomadic Thread Society – Clothing and Home Textiles
Pip-Squeak Chapeau Etc. – Clothing, Accessories and Home Textiles
River Song – Jewelry
Small Trades – Men and Womens Clothing
Sugarhigh + Lovestoned – Men and Womens Clothing
Tracey Tanner - Leather Accessories
Vega – Jewelry
Verre New York – Jewelry
The Wild Unknown – Handcrafted Goods
Wowch – Men and Womens Clothing
Our lobby bar is featured in Time Out’s Best Winter Bars! We’re in fine company amongst other cozy haunts in the city. The full feature is: here.
Obscura Antiques & Oddities, owned by Mike Zohn and Evan Michelson, is surely one of the strangest shops in the East Village. Located on 10th Street, close to Tompkins Square Park, you will find furniture and objects you didn’t know you wanted, from taxidermy… to lamps… to coffins! It’s definitely worth stopping by for a completely unique experience. Below are some clips from the Discovery Channel show ‘Oddities’ which gives an insight into the buyers and suppliers of some of these bits and bobs!
In the November issue, InStyle Magazine has put together a collection of tips from Style-Setters on how to make a home feel cozy. We salute Sean’s recommendation of “red wine – and lots of it!”.
Halloween is nearly upon us and we have a few things to mention. Time Out’s Own This City just included us in their “Most Haunted Places in NYC” – we’ll indulge Schoenberg because we are secretly dying to go on one of his haunted tours of NYC. We have our annual pumpkin display in place thanks to our Director of Operations, Mike G., who gathered some prime gourds for us from Queens Country Farm (see the Bowery Squire watching his crop below). In terms of celebrations, we’re keeping a low profile but our friends over at Santos Party House are throwing a great party tonight to unveil the new Urs Fischer installation, with live performances and DJ sets til late. Happy haunting!