LES Shopping Guide

LES Shopping Guide

Photo of Hotel Indigo
A Fashion & Beauty map by

The fully transformed spot now sports fashionable boutiques, but which are the best in the neighborhood?

12 Places
Sort by: Recently Added
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    A go-to spot for fresh indie gear since it opened in 2003, the Reed Space mostly stocks its own in-house label, Staple (or STPL).
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    Enter Maria Candanoza’s badass boutique, where she sells the coolest collectible books, prints and baubles in the city—affordably. The joint exposes the work of young artists like Candanoza, who aims to provide unique art and kitschy gifts like Statue of Liberty candles ($12), Sparkle Diva mink coozies ($35) and Leonardo DiCaprio tees ($30), which you won’t find anywhere else. And you can meet the artists during in-store meet-ups scheduled each month.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    Cruelty-free footwear is no longer a crime against fashion. Moo stocks a variety of brands for men and women, such as Vegetarian Shoes and NOVACAS, plus styles from independent designers such as Elizabeth Olsen, whose arty line of high heels and handbags is anything but hippyish.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    The likes of Aerosmith, Pantera and ZZ Top inspired the shop, as did the women's own experiences growing up in NYC clad in mohawks and leopard-print pants. 
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    The shop caters to the career-minded woman, so instead of cocktail dresses or crop tops, you’ll find more sophisticated items like cocoon tops ($66), alpaca boyfriend coats ($289) and more from international indie labels.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    It’s hard not to love a spot that combines our two favorite pastimes—drinking and shopping—and that’s exactly what this Lower East Side bar-boutique does. On the street level of the two-floor emporium, you’ll find a co-op boutique for emerging local designers. The top floor is where you’ll also find the charming dark oak bar, where a hip, young crowd orders bottled Brooklyn Lager ($5), wine by the glass ($8–$9) and specialty cocktails ($10–$12).
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    Claw Money Starter jackets ($200), graphic tees ($30–$40), and Nike Blazer and Vandal sneakers ($195–$250) are displayed against graffiti-inspired wall art. And the wide selection of throwback Gucci sunglasses ($250) only confirms that the vintage stock is just as dope as the owner.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    This self-proclaimed “radical” bookstore and café hosts readings and discussions on health, race, class and sexuality, featuring stellar writers such as graphic novelist Alison Bechdel and Christian-right watchdog Michelle Goldberg.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    Expect to see white wooden floors, diffused lighting and rustic details like wooden blocks and potted plants as you shop for goodies such as Ian R.N. sheer, silky V-neck tees ($178); adorable Mandy Coon leather bunny bags with chain straps ($438); and men’s V::room charcoal-gray sweatpants ($178).
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
    Ring the buzzer for access to solid, long-sleeved button-ups ($110) with a small, embroidered red heart and yellow lightning bolt on the front collar, and classic cardigans ($118) with front pockets and the brand name running vertically down the left-front side.
    Like
    Collect
    Leave a reply...
Join Discussion
Leave a comment...
“A travel gem - I will be planning all of my trips with it alone.”
Download Citymaps to see how it can help you today.
Will be used in accordance with our Privacy Policy
3.33.2-4