We're not gonna lie, sometimes we're overwhelmed by the over-abundance of vintage stores NYC offers up. It seems like around every corner, there's another boutique stocked with cast-offs. But as we thrifters know, there are always more crappy clothes than treasure troves. Hence, we're not complaining about new vintage-only boutique Everybody's Going To Heaven, which just opened on Rivington Street. From the owner of sweet-spot Assembly New York, this bad-ass bazaar is definitely more covet, less ca-ca. The bold yellow color scheme, with palm-printed wallpaper and a slightly unfinished feel, perfectly complements the serious offerings for men and women. The line-up is simple, with seasonal basics usefully arranged by color-way and by theme (think velvet for fall, textured knits for winter, and summer blacks). The prices ain't bad either: '50s paint-splattered sweatshirts go for start at $44, and a dope, dope, dope Issey Miyake skirt rings up at $224. So, what are you waitin' for—the gates of heaven suddenly got a little easier to get into.
Who doesn't want to look Heavenly? Well, just for today, you can get angelic for less with a special 20% discount off everything store-wide. Just mention R29 to score this Godly break!
129 Rivington Street (at Norfolk Street); no phone number
All photos by Margo Ducharme