• Space Ninety 8: Local Made Gift Shop

    This November and December, our Williamsburg concept store Space Ninety 8 will play host to an amazing market of one-of-a-kind goods handmade by Brooklyn artists and designers — here just in time for gifting (or adding to your own wish list!) We previewed a few of the amazing creatives whose work will be part of the pop up — read on for some sneak peeks of what's to come and stay tuned for more exclusive studio visits with some of our favorite Space Ninety 8 makers! 

    Local Made Gift Shop starts Nov. 20 — follow Space Ninety 8 to learn more about the pop-up and their holiday events! 

    Psyche Jewelry
    Psyche Jewelry is the handiwork of stylist turned metalworker Nina Berenato — made from recycled metals and ethically-sourced stones, it is entirely produced in Nina's studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn and inspired by architecture, mythology, and modern sculpture. 

    1881 by Colette
    1881byColette is a line of accessories and handmade, one-of-a-kind dreamcatchers that are inspired by traditional craft and objects from childhood. Incorporating and found objects like feathers, unique beads, and leathers, the line is made entirely in Brooklyn. 
    Hugh Prysten
    Hugh Prysten is a NYC-based ceramic artist who creates handmade pottery that is fired in a woodfired kiln in upstate NY. Born in Australia, trained in Japan, and now based in NYC, Hugh's stoneware pieces are modern interpretations of traditional shapes that are both beautiful and useful. 
    The Things We Keep
    The Things We Keep is a jewelry line entirely designed and fabricated by hand in New York City. Using traditional lost wax casting methods alongside contemporary metalwork, each design is an exercise in exploring and culling varied influences to create a wearable work of art balanced in both form and function. 

    Kkibo is a collection of knitwear, accessories, housewares, and textiles by designer/maker Jo Abellera. Made by hand, her work draws upon the traditional crafts of knitting, weaving, and macrame.  

    Bar Soap Brooklyn
    BSB is Kakyung Cho's line of handmade, vegan, and all-natural soaps and loose teas, designed to promote healthy, clear skin by using products that are made from the highest-quality ingredients. We recommend her incredible Black Gold soap: the top colored with gold metallic mica and the bottom with activated charcoal (the moody black color actually is super beneficial for pore-cleaning!)

    Carnevale Ceramics
    Anne Carnevale's functional line of coil hand built, one-of-a-kind ceramics are made to be held, used, and to "aesthetically enhance the everyday moments of life." Anne's design process is meant to embrace imperfections, making each piece of pottery a small, usable piece of art. 

    Read more about the Local Made pop-ups on the Space Ninety 8 blog