‘Bulletin Broads’ Feminist Boutique Quits Prince Street
Update your bulletin board. The Bulletin Broads are through with Prince Street.
The Brooklyn-based store and feminist collective lasted about three years at 27 Prince before its recent shutter. A poster taped to the window bids farewell to the neighborhood and spins the news. “Peace out, Nolita, it’s been real,” it reads. And also, that the company has “so many other brands to support beyond these four walls.”
Founded by Ali Kriegsman and Alana Branston, the 450 square-foot NYC annex first opened in the fall of 2017. Like its Williamsburg predecessor, the small business stocked its shelves exclusively with feminist-minded merchandise created by female-led small brands run. Ten percent of all proceeds also went to Planned Parenthood of New York City.