Founded by Erica Marquez, MOD.VIN is a newly opened boutique in Kingston offering vintage and modern fashions from renowned design houses.
The founders of Hudson Clothier and Utility Canvas Come together to create a sustainably sourced, American-made micro department store in Poughkeepsie.
Eleanor Friedberger, Michael Berryhill, Milton Carter, and Hally Erickson Team Up to Make Objects for Home and Life
In June, singer-songwriter Eleanor Friedberger and visual artists Michael Berryhill, Milton Carter, and Hally Erickson opened Weird, where they sell art and objects they've made from sculpures and paintings to lighting, furniture, pillows, and knitwear.
Slated to Open May 7 in Mount Tremper, the Shop Will Double as a Makers Space with DIY Classes on Soapmaking, Candle Making, and More
Phoenicia Soap Co. is opening a brick and mortar location.
Show the mamas in your life some extra love with these wares from women-owned businesses
With Mother's Day right around the corner on May 8, the search is on to find a gift that tells the special mamas in your life that you're thankful they're always there for you. If you're stuck on what to gift your own mom, your kiddos' mama, or any of your other favorite motherly figures, we've rounded up seven Hudson Valley women artists and artisans whose beautiful, creative, and thoughtfully made wares will light up their day.
Check out local artisans at these six markets.
With a wide array of spices, jams, syrups, and kitchenware, Warwick Valley Olive Oil Company has nearly anything a foodie needs. But the star of the show are the stainless-steel fustis—tanks of varying sizes with olive oils and vinegars that span a rainbow of flavors.
After 22 Years Selling Whimsical Gifts, Karen Adin Embraces Retirement
The latest in a series of Kingston business closures, Stockade District gift shop Bop to Tottom to shutter March 26, after a 22-year run.
A Hudson Valley-based, female-founded brand, Heidi Wynne offers small-batch, ethically produced natural-fiber items that keep artisanal crafts alive.
Woodsman in Cornwall celebrates rugged luxury for the modern man.
Stuck on what to get? These ideas are not your ordinary presents.
The tough part of holiday gifting is finding something that’s useful, fun, and not something they already own.
Here’s a list of out-of-the-ordinary things that can be found right here in the Hudson Valley.
In 2016, Laura Huron stepped away from a decades-long corporate career in visual merchandising to become a shopkeeper in Saugerties, bringing years of expertise and a finely honed aesthetic to the project. Bosco's Mercantile is a thriving bedding and home goods shop on Partition Street, stocking ethically and sustainably made products, from organic linens to indigo-dyed throw pillows and scented candles. And around the corner, the newly opened Bosco's Little Shop stocks artisan-made clothing from block-print dresses to wool sweaters.
Finish up your holiday list (or satisfy your own craving for sugary goodness) by pre-ordering yummy gifts from Sweet Maresa’s bakery in Kingston.
This year, skip the generic stuff and sweeten your holiday gift with artisanal hand-crafted treats from Fruition Chocolate Works; order online or at their Shokan shop.
Hosting an event that features food doesn’t need to be an angsty experience, if you know the food you’re cooking is fresh and locally sourced. Sunflower Market, with locations in Woodstock and Rhinebeck, can help.
Nearly 40 years after it began, the Berkshire Food Co-op—and its membership—has grown a lot but maintains its values of equitable, ethical, and environmentally sensitive shopping.