Home of Hipsters, gorgeous vintage, artists, markets, cute boutiques and beautiful people! Williamsburg is my favourite place in NY! Make sure you stop by when you get there!
The Navajo Festival Style is one of the biggest trends for this summer’s festival season! Beautiful geometric or navajo inspired patterns, slayered denim shorts, cut-out detailed blouses and tops, slouchy jersey shirts, tie-dyed or aztec patterned harem trousers and long maxi skirts are key items for this trend. Very important details are crochet vests, feather necklaces and dreamcatcher earrings, leather and jersey fringes and agathe stone pendants.
If you are walking around in Soho, you should definitely stop by the legendary Magnolia Bakery here for a Coffee and one of their world famous cupcakes! I decided to go for one of the delicious Japan Charity Cupcakes ( 1$ of each is donated to Japan’s earthquake victims) which has the finest vanilla buttercream and most delicious rasberry on top … mhhhh!
Hey there, I just returned from a short trip to one of my favourite cities in the world – New York City! While the Magnolias were already in their most stunning bloom, the temperatures were still chilly …brrrr….! Stay tuned for some new recovered city hot spots!
One of my favourite places in Brooklyn is the Brooklyn Flea which happens every Sunday since 2008 in a high school parking lot close to Ft. Greene Park. The whole area is worth a walk with its beautiful brownstone houses, its blooming trees and the small familiar restaurants and cafes nearby.
The Brooklyn Flea is the biggest outdoor market of New York, where you can find selected vintage treasures, local furniture makers, craft artists from photographers to jewelry makers and fresh made pizza from Pizza Moto, handmade pastries or icecream. A beautiful and inspirative start for a sunny Sunday outside!
You can find the Brooklyn Flea here
Williamsburg is my favourite hood in Brooklyn!
You will find as well a lot of edgy and stylish shops for clothing and handcrafted jewelry, vintage and young designer markets as unique interior stores and young creative people everywhere.
Visit Williamsburg by taking the train to “Bedford Avenue” and take your time!
Group of stylish people walking through the hood…i imagined they would be a rock band.
I also liked the “Artists and fleas market” indoor market, which reminded me pretty much of Brick Lane in London.
Similar creative flair with great vintage picks, unique jewelry and alternative clothing.
Some of my favourites are: “Nanako”, “Brass Isaac”, “Corvus Noir” and in the first place “etc…modern vintage jewelry”.
etc…modern vintage jewelry shows a unique line of modern-vintage jewelry which is designed by Liz and Kim Teich.
The designers had the idea to recycle vintage and antique pieces and to update them with a modern twist.
I really like the idea of having a unique accessoire with a vintage soul!