In the next coming months we will be doing some collaborations with our cool friends featured on this page. Please check in with us on our website or on our social media pages for release dates.
Brendon Babenzien is not just an arbiter of culture, but an active participant. With Noah, Babenzien seeks the consummate balance between making healthy profits and leading an exemplary life. Responsibility is not just about our relationship with the environment, but our relationship with each other. Our staff, suppliers, stockiest, and consumers are treated with the same amount of reverence.
Combining the unapologetic, in your face, DIY ethos of the street wear lifestyle with the rambunctious and energetic, rebellious yet playful nature of children… Little Giants Giant Shorties (L.G.G.S.) makes quality, modern day goods for your children inspired by the youth cultures of the past and present.
Royal Jelly Harlem is an African-inspired clothing and home decorating line founded in February 2011 by Maya Gorgoni. Maya and her mother wanted to create what they call “Wearable Art”. After her many trips to West and South Africa she was inspired by the artistry of the printed fabrics which made an indelible imprint on what was to become this exciting new line comprising of both fashion and home décor.
Our quaint spot in the heart of Clinton Hill is the brainchild of 'big bro' Dick & Jane's in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. Taking cue's from its menu, we infuse liquors, freshly squeeze juices, muddle herbs, & create homemade syrups, keeping the integrity of our recipes alive with every drink. We are quality over quantity. Come have a taste of our finely crafted recipes.
As a former theme park caricature artist, Scarlett’s projects deliver a touch of humor and graphic immediacy.
Her hand painted portraits combine the breezy So-Cal beach vibes of her roots, with a nod to urban art and mid-century advertising of the metropolis. Often working in black and white, her style is easily identified by long sinuous lines and gestural minimalism.