About Shopping Tours in New York in New York City
In the 17th century, when the young Dutch fashionistas of Bushwick wanted to be trendy, they wore up to 20 hand-quilted petticoats at once. Today Bushwick’s uber-hip neighbor, Williamsburg, is home to some of the chicest boutiques in New York. Whether your style is Soho slick, East Village vintage, Harlem haute or Sak’s sophisticate, there’s a store for you. Of course, shopping in New York is so much more than clothes. Fancy a mid-century sofa or 5th-century bust? There’s a shop for that. Artisanal pickles, raw chocolate, honey comb from city bees? Got that too. And while you might have better luck haggling for a better price in the many immigrant-operated shops where people hail from cultures with strong bargaining traditions, you might as well give it a shot. After all, in 1625 the Dutch governor bought Manhattan from the local Native Americans for $24—the real-estate deal of the millennium.
Poppy, Otte, Opening Ceremony, Paragon Sports
Vintage & Flea Markets
Brooklyn Flea, GreenFlea, Hell's Kitchen Flea Market, the Antiques Garage, The Market NYC
Intermix, Scoop, Opening Ceremony, Calypso
Barneys New York, Bloomingdale's, Saks Fifth Avenue, Henri Bendel
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