Stephanie Lehmann received her B.A. at U.C. Berkeley and an M.A. in English from New York University. She has taught novel writing at Mediabistro and online at Salon.com, where her essays have been published. She […]
If you’re looking to spend an afternoon searching through thrift shops to hipster-fy your wardrobe, the East Village is your shopping destination. You’ll find everything you’ve been craving from 80’s Gucci bags for under $200 to plaid button downs for $10.
The second annual tour was to travel by vintage railcars across portions of the U.S., offering open-air pop-up concerts in parks and lots adjacent to the tracks.
There are sales, and there are SALES. Jewelry clearance, vintage seasonal sale, and a super kids clothing clearance right before the school bells start ringing.
As month’s end approaches, price tags start getting slashed. If you’re looking to stock your closet before September try some of these sales on for size.
by Kimberly Rae Miller Cait Doyle – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – • Borough/Neighborhood: Hell’s Kitchen • Profession: actress/comedian/disaster area Cait Doyle stars in the popular downtown show, […]
by Kimberly Rae Miller Allison Guinn Borough/Neighborhood: The Crest of Long Island City and Astoria Profession: Actor/Singer Allison is native to east Tennessee, and moved to New York like all the other lemmings with a […]
By Kimberly Rae Miller Name: Kai Altair Borough/Neighborhood: Brooklyn/Sunset Park Profession: Singer/songwriter, dancer, performance artist Since launching her solo career last year, Kai Altair has already become one of New York City’s most sought after performers. Bursting […]
A native of South Florida, Lisa Cericola moved to the New York area in 2003. She is currently style editor at BizBash, a magazine and website for corporate event planners and has written articles for Cosmopolitan, MSN.com, and Shelterrific.com
By Kimberly Rae Miller Name: Sarah McColl Borough/Neighborhood: Brooklyn, Park Slope Profession: writer/editor Sarah McColl has loved vintage clothes since the moment she realized an hourglass figure was more in fashion in the middle of […]
By Kimberly Rae Miller Name: Jordan Weymouth Richards Borough/Neighborhood: Upper East Side Profession: Fashion Designer/Assistant Designer Girls (2-16) Knitwear for Polo Ralph Lauren Jordan Weymouth Richards moved to New York from Maine at the age […]
By Kimberly Rae Miller Name: Anna Marquardt Borough/Neighborhood: Greenpoint, Brooklyn Profession: Office grunt by day, backup singer by night Anna Marquardt, a Midwestern transplant who found herself wending towards Brooklyn about four years ago, is […]
By Kimberly Rae Miller Alison Rogers Borough/Neighborhood: Upper West Side Profession: Adjunct Professor/Writer Originally from suburban Detroit, Alison moved to NYC in 2000. Alison took a year off from college, in search of adventures and […]
Up until very recently being plus-sized meant being doomed to a wardrobe of big-eyed puppy sweatshirts and floral print everything, thankfully someone got the memo that curvier girls love clothes too.