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Badichi Customized Belts brings you the opportunity to transform your belt into a personalized fashion statement while donning leather belt buckles of the highest quality. Our custom belts are a reflection of our customers’ personalities and imagination. They are always made from genuine leather and stylish buckles that can

367 West Broadway
New York,
NY
US

Make pretty—a motto to live by, and one that graces Kensie's most recent digital look books. The brand—launched by Vancouver natives Lani and Eric Karls in 1994—epitomizes an exuberant, bohemian-chic aesthetic. Creative director Lani travels the world, gleaning runway trends that she later reinterprets and transforms into wearable wardrobe staples. Such pieces can be found in closets and future fashion time capsules of celebrities such as Taylor Swift and Nicole Richie, as well as in the glossy pages of magazines such as Marie Claire and Glamour.

601 59th St
West New York,
NJ
US

Most popular offering: Handbags, Ladies Wear, Watches, Shoes
Reservations/Appointments: Optional
Walk-ins Welcome: Yes
Good for Kids: No
Established: 1990
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Metered street parking
Handicap Accessible: Yes

366 5th Ave
New York,
NY
US

Rubee’s Closet helps satisfy ladies' style cravings with garments and outfit garnishes by designers such as She-Bible, Emu, and Studio Manhattan. Knowledgeable sales associates greet patrons and pilot them through the boutique's mannequin menagerie, where the Cecilia long-sleeve She-Bible top ($76) shows its stripes alongside Emu's Ceduna leggings ($79), guaranteed to prevent restless legs from flying away. Fashionable scarves help necks stay warm during avant-garde photo shoots in the grocery store's freezer section, and 3”x4” leather wallets designed by Studio Manhattan ($32) offer makeshift safe haven to elegant Serefina eye-of-peacock earrings ($48) during haircuts by Edward Scissorhands.

1121 Jefferson St
Hoboken,
NJ
US

Kristin Hanson began her journey toward fine jewelry-making mastery by walking down a path less traveled. Raised in a home where expression was encouraged, she spread her roots to the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. Then she took a leap. She traveled to the wilds of Colorado to apprentice under master goldsmith Harold O'Connor, learning his nuanced, perfectionist techniques and method for training squirrels to be workshop assistants. Her studies then carried her to Florence and Tuscany before drawing her back to the East Coast.

Kristin's life-inspired works embody the contemporary with forms that highlight the innate beauty of her materials. Her trademark couture jewelry has caught the eye of such publications as Lucky and InStyle. In short courses and intensive programs, she hews to a teaching philosophy that fosters others' styles instead of encouraging copycats of her own. Except during special exhibits, Kristin handcrafts each piece in 60 Reade, her 6,000-square-foot Tribeca gallery, and specializes in conflict-free pink diamonds from an Australian mine.

60 Reade St
New York,
NY
US

HMY Vision outfits eyes with designer frames or discreet contacts, and helps patrons remain punctual with watch-repair services performed in upscale storefronts in Gramercy Park and the Upper East Side. Thorough exams reveal fresh prescriptions and the SAT scores of individual pupils so that patrons can select the proper contacts or frames from Tory Burch, Burberry, Ray-Ban, DKNY, Fendi, and other brands. HMY Vision also keeps wristwatches fresh-faced and ticking with new batteries, robust bands, and other essential repairs.

1295 1st Ave
New York,
NY
US