Treat your beloved beau (or yourself) to one of these sweet-smelling perfumes and colognes available right here in the Hudson Valley.
Hyperbole has teamed up with Super Secret Projects, a collective of local artists, to open a gallery space connected to the Beacon storefront.
Ten years after creating Auburn Jewelry, Samantha Levine is expanding her line of bright enamel charms with uber-trendy permanent pieces.
Artist, restaurateur, and retired teacher Brigitte Nagle celebrates all things small at her BN Miniature Works studio in High Falls.
Shop festive jewelry, wooden ornaments, handcrafted candles, and more Hudson Valley-made products from the comfort and safety of your home.
These Hudson Valley stationery stores, artisans, and handmade printers will take your gifts to the next level with cheery wrapping paper.
For our first column dedicated to shopping local, Katie Hartsough, owner of Catskill’s Kaaterskill Market, shares her must-visit spots in this flourishing Greene County village.
Up your greeting card game this holiday season with the majestic naturescapes of Hudson Valley-based illustrator Cindy LaColla.
Sick of fast fashion? So is Hudson Valley designer Kristen Sousa. Her clothing line, StellaRay, aims to slow things down with thoughtfully made dresses and textile goods.
Shop select Hudson Valley stores for incredible holiday deals throughout Black Friday and into Thanksgiving weekend.
Head to White Plains to unwind in luxury at The Opus Spa, which delights guests with facials, massages, wellness treatments, and more.
Before you endlessly scroll through Amazon searching for deals, know that the best gifts are just around the corner.
Nomad Cosmetics takes the colors of fall in the Hudson Valley and transforms them into a lustworthy makeup collection.
MLE, a fashion brand born in Brooklyn, brings unique, eco-friendly style to Saugerties via statement jewelry and upscale accessories.
Centrally located in Rockland County, Bare Laser Medspa tempts with cutting-edge laser treatments, injectables, and more.
It's important to shop local, but when you purchase beautiful items crafted by makers in the Hudson Valley it's a win-win.
Sarah Gray Miller shakes things up in Coxsackie with her delightfully eccentric antiques shop in a former 19th-century firehouse.
There are plenty of studios selling pottery in the Hudson Valley. Stop by for the perfect gift, or stock up on pieces for your home.
Take a pass on department stores and visit the Hudson Valley’s well-stocked shops for pencils, notebooks, and other back-to-school supplies.
If you’re a homebody — and who isn’t these days? —Beacon’s Inglenook Market is the place for you, whether you’re looking for uniquely scented candles, locally made tableware, or the perfect gift for a pal.