New York Magazine

Best of New York Shopping

British boxers, plywood vases, and Thonet chairs.
(FROM LEFT): ROW 1 (top), Watches of Switzerland, BKLYN Clay, McNally Jackson. ROW 2, FAO Schwarz, Love House, Relationships. ROW 3, Depop, Arcade, 10 Corso Como. ROW 4, Love House, Caron Callahan, Sunspel.

Gen-Z Garb


168 Mott St., nr. Broome St.; 646-609-4311

The front of Depop—the brick-and-mortar iteration of the popular-with-the-kids resale app—is dedicated to vintage wares from a curated group of vendors, which currently includes Nicole Saldaña, a shoe designer who sells secondhand on the side. The selection here is small but reasonably priced—and filled with treasures. One visit unearthed a vintage pearlescent Oscar de la Renta top for $110, a bright-yellow beaded purse for $65, and a smattering of narrow Prada and Armani sunglasses (from $95). The back of the shop is something different altogether: a fully functioning studio where Depop sellers can photograph their wares against a white brick wall or, if they prefer, paper backdrops in pretty much any color. And since it’s 2019, several Instagrammable features are scattered throughout the store, notably a massive pair of clay sneakers (by artist Diana Rojas) that shoppers can stick their feet into for pictures.


Women’s Clothing


243 Elizabeth St., nr. Prince St. 646-454-0811

Caron Callahan’s first permanent storefront is stocked with the feminine basics that built her brand: cream canvas

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