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Williamsburg »

Fashionista Takes Her Style on the Road With Boutique in a Truck

A Bronx entrepreneur bought a truck when she found rents were too high to open a boutique.

SoHo »

Pastel Hair Now a Classy Look for City Workplaces, Stylists Say

Beauty experts and hair stylists say pastel hair dyes have a sophisticated appeal.

West Village »

Fire Scorches West Village Clothing Boutique, FDNY Says

A fire spread across the ceiling of Hotoveli on West 4th Street, the FDNY said.

Chelsea »

Plus-Size NYC Models Band Together to Promote Body Diversity in Fashion

A team of NYC models has joined forces to help curvy women get gigs once reserved for thinner women.

SoHo »

Spring Prints Get Their Time in the Sun

Late season looks are gazing to summer for inspiration and fabric weight.

Lower East Side »

Socks With Sandals Emerging as Spring Trend, Stylists Say

Some chic New Yorkers love the look, while others say it's still a frumpy faux pas.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Vintage Shop Pays Homage to Cult Classic 'Harold and Maude'

Harold and Maude Vintage, inspired by one of the owners' favorite films, offers pre-1990s clothing.

West Village »

Early April’s Mixed Patterns and Textures

The street is showing a taste for mixing traditional seasonal patterns with fashion-forward prints.

New York City »

Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show Attracts Stylish Shoppers

The Manhattan Vintage Clothing Show was held at Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea.

Upper East Side »

Warby Parker Opens at Historic Former Lascoff Drugs Site on UES

The hip eyewear seller opened its third New York City location on Lexington Avenue Wednesday.

Upper East Side »

High-End Jewelry Store Brings Downtown Edge to Upper East Side

Adornia jewelry, which opened last month, offers cutting-edge pieces made with high-quality materials.

Central Harlem »

Harlem Bow Tie Designer Taps Into Creativity For Custom Designs

Darrick Leak, 28, has plans to turn his line of custom bow ties into a full line of menswear.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Germ-Fighting Scarf Shields Straphangers from Airborne Illness

The high-tech scarf called a Scough is made with "germ-filtering" fabric, its creators say.

SoHo »

Brief Break in Winter Weather Gives Peek at Spring Styles

A break from the polar vortex allowed some New Yorkers to shed their heavy coats.

Upper East Side »

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Thrift Shop to Host Designer Pop-Up Sale

J. McLaughlin, designer of classic American sportswear, will offer major discounts on its spring line.