Sandy hit New York City and its surrounding areas hard.
While the city has done a great job getting things back up and running, and while organizations and people alike have helped volunteer and donated to aid those in need, there is still plenty to be done.
We have been donating items and helping however we can.
Preview the jewelry line designed by Market Publique's co-founder Pamela Castillo and the staff of Brooklyn Charm. Stones, gunmetal, bones and bullets are just a portion of what make up this ethereal line of jewelry.
These limited edition bracelets and necklaces will be available for purchase in person for this event ONLY.
Join us this Sunday, October 16th from 12-6pm on a self-led Vintage Crawl of Williamsburg, Brooklyn!
Organized by Kathryn Irby, formerly of Lucky Magazine, this tour features some of our favorite vintage stores in our neighborhood, as well as bars so you can stop for refreshments and hang out. There will be something for everyone, as it includes spots for women's, men's and home vintage and there will be special discounts and perks offered throughout the afternoon at participating stores.
As I was headed into the city for a meeting, an adorable blogger from Runway Passport armed with a video camera stopped me and asked me if I could share my outfit for her blog. I was tempted to say that it was probably more appropriate for me to be behind the camera and interview her, but hey, I did like my outfit that day, so I happily obliged. Because now that it's sunny out, I like all my outfits! After all, anything is better than that puffy coat I had been wearing for days on end!
Make sure to follow Style Rat on twitter and her new blog - she's sure to go far!
I was so excited when Breanne, the owner of Horizons (one of my favorite local vintage botiques), decided to sell online with Market Publique.
She has selected some excellent pieces for her debut, in a wide price range: From a collectible Claire McCardell Dress and a fun Lanvin two-piece outfit (coming soon!), to a sensible Japanese black coat and a cozy cashmere sweater. She also has tons of accessories to go with the clothes, like Charles Jourdan shoes and Longchamp bags.
Get ready to bid, ladies, as the prices are reasonably low! And of course, don't forget to visit her wonderful boutique in Williamsburg. She has tons more goodies there!
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A selection of bags, belts and shoes at Horizons. The Longchamp (on chair) & Charles Jourdan (hanging on the wall) bags are available online!
Some fun bangles and other jewelry - don't you love those cute little unicorns?
Bags, boots and gloves in the window. See that bag in the middle? It's here and it's amazing!
Vintage Leather and Velvet Weekender Bag, Horizons on Market Publique - Doesn't it look like it could be the inspiration for the Rebecca Minkoff Morning After bag?
Go visit Horizons if you're in the New York area - it's really filled with affordable vintage goodies. And if you're not in New York, their Market Publique shop will be regularly stocked with fresh items, so check back regularly!
We were so excited when we saw that Market Publique's Anthony Ina, was featured today in the New York Times. It was so nice to read all the great comments Matt Gross, author of The Frugal Traveler, had to say about Anthony and his girlfriend Catalina. They are both some of the nicest people I've ever ment, hence starting a company together.