Supporting the arts is what we do.
We are one of the city's only charity shops supporting the arts. From corporate designer to private donations, we carry a selection of furniture and home goods as well as clothing and accessories for men and women including vintage, designer, and basics.
We're known best for our finely curated events with occasional pop-ups featuring local designers and artisans designed around whatever your one-of-a-kind design love may be: home, art, books, vintage, or a great designer piece. One-of-a-kind is what makes this thing called life just that much more interesting.
Clothing. Jewelry. Hats. Bags. Belts. Shoes.
We're always putting out something new for women, but for those with a discerning eye, check out our curated fashion events featuring vintage to high end designer pieces.
Find all things home any day of the week.
Treat your apartment to a new piece of furniture, home decor or art. Need a shareable paperback for the trip home? We are also known for our book collection from beautiful coffee table books to paperbacks.
Clothing. Ties. Hats. Bags. Belts. Shoes.
We're always putting out something new for men, but for those with a discerning eye, check out our curated fashion events featuring vintage to high end designer pieces.
Whatever your design passion, we get it.
We are known best for our carefully curated events designed around an array of design interests from fashion to home.
“ART IS THE SIGNATURE OF CIVILIZATIONS.”
The People's Opera.
New York City Opera was famously dubbed “The People's Opera” by Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia at its founding in 1943. Now in 2016, more than 70 years later, City Opera renews its historic mission to inspire audiences with innovative and theatrically compelling opera, nurture the work of promising American artists, and build new audiences through affordable ticket prices and extensive outreach and education programs.
For more than seven decades, NYCO maintained a distinct identity, adhering to its unique mission: affordable ticket prices, a devotion to American works, English-language performances, the promotion of up-and-coming American singers, and seasons of accessible, vibrant and compelling productions intended to introduce new audiences to the art form. Stars who began their careers at New York City Opera include Plácido Domingo, Beverly Sills, Samuel Ramey, and dozens more.