Cahoots is a women-owned brand that aims to provide sustainable and affordable clothing for children in the Hudson Valley.
Will you browse the leopard print-filled racks at the MTV star's The Snooki Shop when it brings Jersey Shore styles to Beacon?
Paulette Cold Spring is the place to go for European-style shopping, giftable treasures, and Irving Farm coffee on Main Street.
After seven years in Brooklyn, Worship brings its one-of-a-kind wares to Glenford in Ulster County.
After suffering the loss of his wife, Janesi Comfort founder Mike McGregor turned his experience into a gown and blanket company that offers comfort to loved ones in need.
Whether to trade once-loved items or find designer and vintage steals, these local consignment stores are the place to go.
The husband-and-wife team behind The Parcel Flower Co. farm local flowers, then sell them from their floral outpost in Putnam County.
Esquire spotlights the Hudson bookstore bar and café in its ranking of the top 27 places to grab a drink in the United States.
Led by fashion industry leader and Garrison resident Yuli Ziv, Ultima is a one-and-done solution for long-lasting dresses that stand the test of time.
Mobile flower shop Georgia Blue roams the Valley selling fresh blooms from an Insta-perfect 1950s Ford truck in Dutchess County.
Local malls reopen to the public following the coronavirus shutdown with new policies and procedures to keep shoppers safe.
After three months of closure due to COVID-19, the Hudson Valley’s beloved premium outlet center reopens with new guidelines and new stores that can finally be enjoyed in-person.
The future of water sports is right here in the Hudson Valley.
Headspace Salon in Saugerties / Photo by Jasmin Attala Local salon owners reveal their plans to ensure proper hygiene while giving picture-perfect cuts, trims, and blowouts. Reopening Phase 2 is on the way, Hudson Valley. ...
Want the dollars you spend to have a meaningful impact during the protests? Shop from these local makers and storefronts in the region.
Photos by L’Impatience From France to Saugerties, the couple behind L’Impatience crafts simple, statement-making ceramics that stand the test of time. If there’s one thing that quarantine has taught us, it’s that there’s something to ...
Skip the Amazon order and stock up on entertainment and essentials from local businesses instead. Online shopping is the name of the game in the Hudson Valley (and entire United States) right now. With everyone ...
With essential oils and natural ingredients, locally made hand sanitizers disinfect the skin and soothe tired hands during quarantine.
The ideal items to make your parents smile.
This Mother’s Day, skip the flowers and shop from Hudson Valley makers for a one-of-a-kind gift.