Clapton Craft Beer: A new beer and growler refill shop in East London that stocks international favorites

Clapton Craft Beer
by Cajsa Lykke Carlson East London’s craft beer scene continues to evolve; constantly bringing new, interesting concepts to an area that’s already home to a number of microbreweries. The latest addition is Clapton Craft, a beer...
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Ippodo: Kyoto-based and three centuries old, the store brings premium green tea (and a limited edition spring matcha) to NYC

Ippodo
Just a few blocks from the hustle and bustle of Grand Central Station lies the serene Ippodo, hidden inside the ground level of Michelin-starred restaurant Kajitsu, which specializes in...
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Ippodo: Kyoto-based and three centuries old, the store brings premium green tea (and a limited edition spring matcha) to NYC

Ippodo
Just a few blocks from the hustle and bustle of Grand Central Station lies the serene Ippodo, hidden inside the ground level of Michelin-starred restaurant Kajitsu, which specializes in...
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TRNK: An online home design marketplace boasting masculine style through shoppable stories

TRNK
The task of turning a place to put your stuff into a real home can often take years. Even in cities with abundant shopping options, finding the little things that give your place personality can be difficult. With this in mind, former fashion...
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Retrosuperfuture NYC: Our interview with the trio behind the cult Italian eyewear brand’s new NYC flagship and first-ever brick and mortar store

Retrosuperfuture NYC
by Leemor Rhodes Retrosuperfuture (RSF)—the Italian label behind Super sunglasses—celebrated the much-anticipated opening of its first brick and mortar shop with a flagship store in downtown New York City....
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UrbanGlass: New York’s historic glass studio reopens in a renovated space, adding a gallery and storefront

UrbanGlass
BAM's Harvey Theater now has a shiny new neighbor. Founded in 1977 by Richard Yelle and Joe Upham, the New York Experimental Glass Workshop—the country's first open-access glass studio—has bounced around from its original Great Jones Street location in Manhattan to several other...
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Interview: Scott Meleskie of Clark Street Mercantile: The humble start to a versatile lifestyle shop focused on Montreal’s discerning creative community

Interview: Scott Meleskie of Clark Street Mercantile
Opening just over a month ago, Clark Street Mercantile is a modest boutique in Montreal aimed at the discerning gentleman. Clothing, footwear, apothecary, pens and paper, magazines, accessories, artwork, bags, blankets, tonic and grenadine, razors—the inventory...
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Interview: Scott Meleskie of Clark Street Mercantile: The humble start to a versatile lifestyle shop focused on Montreal’s discerning creative community

Interview: Scott Meleskie of Clark Street Mercantile
Opening just over a month ago, Clark Street Mercantile is a modest boutique in Montreal aimed at the discerning gentleman. Clothing, footwear, apothecary, pens and paper, magazines, accessories, artwork, bags, blankets, tonic and grenadine, razors—the inventory...
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Shinola Store NYC: Detroit’s multifaceted brand opens up shop in TriBeCa with The Smile Newsstand

Shinola Store NYC
Shinola opened their debut brick-and-mortar store in Midtown Detroit in June 2013 and this weekend they opened their second in NYC's TriBeCa neighborhood. Designed by the Rockwell Group to inspire shoppers to linger, the spacious store features a small cafe and...
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Aesop East Hampton : The artistically-inspired Australian skincare brand moves to the beach

Aesop East Hampton
When establishing a new outpost, Aesop likes to do the unexpected. Since its beginnings in '87, the Australian skincare brand has been coveted for its line of high quality natural products and, in recent years, it's become equally beloved by an international...
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