Shop Like A Local With Zaden Row
Have you ever wanted a personal stylist? What about shop at some of New York City’s coolest boutiques? True, you can order online from the city’s larger clothiers, but what about those secret local shops? As of today, Zaden Row is your answer.
Just launched Zaden Row is made up of independent local New York stores, designed to express the unique fashion sense of the city. The site allows you to shop in a variety of ways: by neighborhood, by category and by each store’s personal microsite. [How it works]
Founder and stylist, Nina Zadeh handpicks each store in Zaden Row’s exclusive network, staying true to the company’s mission:
“To showcase and sell merchandise from the best local stores while providing a unique virtual shopping experience in the form of an online mall. Our hands will always rest on the pulse of each community.”
Nina Zadeh has gained her experience in creative direction by styling runway shows during both New York and Miami Fashion Weeks. Her clients have included Lord & Taylor, Russell Simmons, Dress For Success and Ellen DeGeneres. Her work has appeared on Elle.com, About.com, Pepsi.com, New York Post and Miami Herald, among many others.
While Zaden Row’s network will continue to grow in each of New York’s unique neighborhoods, you can now shop from the following stores: Blake Scotland, Annabelle and Corrente located in Manhattan’s Lower East Side; Grey Era Vintage in the East Village; Yamak in the West Village; and Julia James Boutique and Thomas IV in Brooklyn.
Check out their video lookbook below by Culture Productions, featuring pieces from boutiques Blake Scotland and Annabelle. And visit www.zadenrow.com to see the site for yourself! As some of the site’s first visitors, Zaden Row is offering KENTON readers a promotional code: Free Shipping for first 100 orders, use code: LAUNCH2012