dress code


A caravan is most commonly known as a large group of traders or travelers who strike out on a journey together through hostile territories. In the jungles of New York City, it’s important for consumers to band together and do the same. It’s a dangerous world out there for the uninformed shopper, so sharing as many resources and tricks as one can is a necessity for survival in this city!

East Village Dress Code

For the ultimate mix of old and new, and a little something all its own, head to the East Village. Vintage toys, magazines and clothes of all kinds can be found at Love Saves The Day. If you are missing your School House Rock lunchbox, smurf miniatures, or an awesome 80’s era leather jacket, you can probably find it here in Leslie Herson’s home for all things nostalgic.

Jackson Heights Dress Code

Below the rumbles of the 7 train on 74th Street, you’ll discover the colorful world of Little India in 11372. In addition to their multicultural culinary offerings, Jackson Heights has got you covered when it comes to sari shopping and ethnic jewelry.

Style Decoder: Hells Kitchen

The sidewalks of New York are much like the runways when it comes to trends. From what’s new to what’s truly original, New Yorkers know how to find it and flaunt it. Whether it be a great discovery from a sample sale or a simple shirt that’s totally chic, the locals of 10019 and 10036 are all about strutting their stuff.

Chelsea Flea Market

In a city where a trunk can double as your dining table, and where your kitchen (if you have one) is also your storage space, the Antiques Garage takes making the most of your space to a whole new level.

Blue Tree

Nobody does reinventing yourself better than New Yorkers. Tycoons become TV stars, waitresses become supermodels, and sometimes movie stars become fashion’s next big thing. That’s what happened when teen dream queen Phoebe Cates opened the unique boutique Blue Tree.