The pre-fall breeze arrived this past weekend, making it comfortable to sport baggy layers for the first time in weeks. For the fifth installment of Fashion Sundae, Watching New York captured these candid shots on the public runway that is the streets of Greenpoint And Williamsburg in the summer.
Local jewelry, indie art and fashion boutique Soft Opening (197 Nassau Ave) is hosting a popup this weekend (Saturday, July 21, 3pm-9pm) for the brand Mercury Hour, a procurer of edgy baubles for self-proclaimed witches. The event will feature limited edition merch, a free tote bag for the first 10 people, tarot readings and of course free wine. Swing by to check out some magickal goods and reveal your future.
Now that the hellscape known as winter is officially over, it’s time to freshen up your spring looks. If you’re thinking of shopping local and investing in some key pieces, browse some of these killer selections from our beloved neighborhood boutique, In God We Trust. We heard that mechanic-style jumpsuits are all the rage. You can thank us later.
Well, Williamsburg residents are at it again. They’re busy looking damn cool and stylish. And, now it’s time for Episode 2 – a fresh batch of totally fresh outfit inspiration from our photographer, Johnny Cirillo.
Check out these end-of-February looks to get you through the rest of winter. We will. Click through for our faves.
WHAT: A Space for Women / Hosted by Design Circle NYC
WHEN: February 15th, 2018, from 7 pm – 10 pm
WHERE: New Women Space | 188 Woodpoint Road
Design Circle NYC, a philanthropic fashion design collective, is presenting clothing for Fashion Week and a fundraiser this Thursday February 15th. Six fashion designers will showcase clothes that reference feminism, and are influenced by local female-centric nonprofits. Guests will view the designs while enjoying FREE drinks, music, interactive installations, and giveaways! The proceeds will benefit the designers’ chosen organizations: My Sisters’ Place, Hollaback!, Sanctuary for Families, The Lower Eastside Girls Club, The Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement, and Susan G. Komen of Greater NYC.
An RSVP with an advance donation of $10 or more will secure your choice of one limited-edition enamel pin at the event that each designer has made with their organization in mind!
Did you know about the ultra-sleek and stylish sneaker shop, Circle3.nyc on West Street? Well, we’re letting you in on a little secret. This boutique (67 West Street) is a must-shop for all sneakerheads. With metropolitan-ready styles, these sneakers are ready to pound the pavement or take a leisurely, city stroll. Plus, some of the line is made-to-order right in New York. The rest of the line is manufactured in Spain.
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Want to know more? Read up on Circle3.nyc after the jump and check out some of our favorite sneaker styles for ladies and fellas. Continue reading
The renowned Bushwick venue House of Yes (2 Wyckoff Ave) is hosting a Clothing Swap this Thursday at 9pm. They’ll have items from the House of Yes costume collection for trade, so you know that stuff is gonna be fab-u-lous! Plus, afterward there’s a free dance party so you can let your freak flag fly and don the glamorous duds you just picked up.
There are a few things we know for certain: Greenpoint residents have some top notch style. Creative, dynamic, casual, cool, understated, enigimatic – our local denizens know how to dress. Photographer Johnny Cirillo snapped some stylish Greenpointers out and about and it reminded us that yes, you can look damn good in such cold weather.
Need some major fashion inspiration to get you through this winter? Click through for our favorite looks. (And, follow our sartorial photographer, Johnny, on Instagram.)
Greenpoint’s own (and totally adorable) craft destination, Brooklyn Craft Company (165 Greenpoint Ave), is hiring for Pattern Makers and Workshop Instructors. Read more for full details on the gigs and how to apply: Continue reading