Location: 5 Delancey St. Year opened: In stock: Vintage Chanel, Polo, bootleg rap tees. He's one of a long list of celebrities—like Drake, Travis Scott, and Kanye West—who get their vintage tees and archival designer gems from this cramped shop on Delancey Street. He now has about 25, garments in his archive and has become an authority on the history of music merch and '90s sportswear. Procell does the bulk of his business directly with select brands, which pay him to track down reference garments for their own designs. Which is why what's happening in real time on the streets is often what's just flown off the Procell racks.
Join Free Tours by Foot as we ditch the sites and hit the stores! The birthplace of many trends and fashion icons, New York City is a mecca for anyone who loves to shop. However, the overwhelming number of stores and tourist traps make it difficult for visitors to find what exactly they are looking for. Enter our pay-what-you-wish New York Shopping Tours. Read our post comparing the different tourist passes. If our tour calendar does not work for you, or if you are interested in taking other tours they offer, then please visit their website. NoLIta and SoHo Shopping Tour This guided shopping day is for the sophisticated shopper interested in high-quality product from independent merchants, New York artists and designers, many who produce garments and one-of-a-kind items locally.
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Skip navigation! Story from Shopping. In this city, vintage shopping isn't just a means to an end. It's a lifestyle, a mindset, a sport, and, yes, a great way to spend a Saturday. They know when to splurge on the perfect piece for their tightly curated closets.
Catherine Laroche and Jody Shields sat telling each other everything over a few mimosas in the Blue Willow. Miss Laroche looked into the bottom of her glass, then looked out the window of the restaurant at the Saturday shopping crowd rushing past the old cast-iron buildings on Lower Broadway. Things are changing on Lower Broadway faster than anyone had probably ever thought possible.