Brick & Mortar Retailers
Founded in Wayne, Pennsylvania in the autumn of 1992, Anthropologie remains a destination for women wanting a curated mix of clothing, accessories, gifts and home décor that reflects their personal style and fuels their lives' passions, from fashion to art to entertaining. We are committed, as always, to offering our customers signature products and unmatched service, both in our more than 185 stores throughout the United States, Canada and United Kingdom, and on anthropologie.com.
A retail store located in Old City, Philadelphia featuring a range of lifestyle, vintage and handmade goods mostly made in Philly.
YOWIE is a lifestyle shop focused on curating small collections based on but not bound to abstract themes. We believe that independent design should be accessible, affordable, and not too serious. We also love the color yellow.
THE PRIMARY ESSENTIALS
THE PRIMARY ESSENTIALS opened in Brooklyn in the Fall of 2013 as a place to provide a meticulously edited mix of special objects, with an emphasis on how we live our daily lives. Striving to source goods that have a subtle yet distinctive impact, The Primary Essentials believes in the importance of independent designers and artisans, and their individual outlook on the world. We aim to always provide new outlets of unique beauty, while constantly holding true to classics.
Erin Connelly and Kerry Clark Speake have a combined 35 years in the fashion and design industry. They have designed and developed a unique collection of hand crafted goods produced on a small scale within their local communities. They also find and curate a collection of American made goods for the home that are both inspirational and generational.
S E T & C O.
S E T & C O. is an artisanal kitchen and home store located in Dallas, TX. Owners Jennifer and Adam Littke operate the shop from their charming 1922 brick mercantile building at the corner of Davis and Tyler in the historic neighborhood of Oak Cliff. S E T & C O. provides items for the kitchen, home, table and pantry.
In October 2014, Interior Designer Brad Ford organized a modern makers craft fair in upstate New York called Field + Supply. The focus was on modern, elevated craftsmanship showcasing artisans from the Hudson Valley area as well as makers who work in New York City and Brooklyn. FAIR is an extension of that concept and is now a permanent showroom at the New York Design Center. It is more edited and elevated than the original event upstate, but the focus remains on high-end, handcrafted design and craft. Many of the same designers who showed their work at Field + Supply are represented at FAIR and several of them are craftspeople that Ford has worked with over the years on his own high-end design projects.
Beam & Anchor
With its eclectic, no-filler edit of new and vintage furniture, home décor and personal effects, Beam & Anchor has become a destination for creative types in search of inspiration and interesting product.
Much of the selection is locally sourced, but “Portland-made” is not a prerequisite. As cofounder Robert Rahm says, “more than anything, we're looking for great design and a compelling narrative—something that strikes a chord, even if we’re not exactly sure why.”