Hats

‘Mad Hatters’ Revives its Hats History at the City Lore Gallery Space [PHOTOS]

Posted September 15, 2016 at 5:13 am

Wearing many hats takes on a new meaning at “Mad Hatters: New York Hats and Hatmakers,” an exhibit at City Lore. Showcasing a history of hatmaking in our city, there are plenty of hats on display that could have only been created here. New York has always been a hat-lovers town. Amidst our diversity, you […]

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Now Open: Lusicous NYC and Block Headwear on Prince Street

Last modified December 5, 2010 at 4:02 pm

Earlier this month, we reported on the retail transition at 4 Prince Street near the corner of Bowery. The esteemed Cowboy Shoe Repair had moved out of the eastern half (4A) of the storefront, while the remaining half (4B) was to greet a new tenant in Luscious NYC.  And, as of yesterday, the swimwear-slash-lingerie company […]

Ghost Signage Visible at 101 Delancey

Last modified December 6, 2010 at 12:09 am

Last week, the gaudy black-and-yellow Sprint awning was stripped from the facade of 101 Delancey (at the corner of Ludlow).  Lo and behold, a spectacular ghost sign is now clearly visible!  Even though the ornate lettering has worn with time, it appears to advertise an establishment called Jay-Mor Hats.