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DNAinfo combs through the city’s unique boutiques and artisanal purveyors to deliver the hottest goods and fashions on offer in your local shops.

Boerum Hill »

Fix Your 'Text Neck' With These Posture Improvement Services

Services offered by chiropractors, pilates instructors and others fix posture, practitioners claim.

Fort Greene »

7 Innovative Reuseable Items That'll Help You Pack a Lunch This Fall

There’s plenty of clever and reuseable products that will reduce waste generated by lunch.

Nolita »

9 Unconventional Items Made From Wood

Whether it's for ecological reasons or it's the look you want, these wood products are worth seeing.

Columbus Circle »

What To Do for Sun-Damaged Hair and Skin

That glorious day in the sun can leave you with sunspots and brittle hair.

Greenpoint »

6 New York Beauty Brands to Know

Where to buy locally-made fragrances, soaps and skincare products from independent producers.

Red Hook »

Where to Get Men's Sandals In the City

There's a pair of man-sandals for every summer occasion and activity.

Park Slope »

9 Hats Pharrell Williams Would Probably Wear

Cowboy hats with wide brims, fedoras and bucket hats are all part of the artist's style.

Chelsea »

Five Grab-and-Go Picnic Baskets From Local Shops

These ready-made picnic baskets make outdoor dining as easy as ordering takeout.

Bushwick »

Where to Shop for Swimwear In the City

Ordering online is overrated. Shop for swimwear with a dressing room nearby.

Inwood »

Uptown Fashion Blogger on How to Rock Spring's Trends in Plus Sizes

Sarah Chiwaya is the founder of Curvily, a plus size fashion blog featuring Uptown sights.

Union Square »

Technology and Mom: Helpful Gifts for Mother's Day

Get some tech gifts that will make life easier for mom.

Union Square »

Where to Buy Ethically Made Clothing in Honor of Fashion Revolution Day

The style value of ethical fashion has come a long way in recent years.

Lower East Side »

A Brief History of Orchard Street's Oldest Stores

Orchard Street's oldest stores are a reminder of a different era on the Lower East Side. 

Flatiron »

How to Sell Your Used Belongings in New York City

There's probably a place to sell pretty much anything you want to throw out.