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Congratulations to new round of Brooklyn-Made Certified products, approved on January 29, 2018. Fine & Raw Chocolate, The Noble Experiment, Pecoraro Cheese , Daniell Hudson, Moto Spirits Distillary , Lineup Brewing, Poursteady, Meraki NYC, Armada New York, Ming's Monsters, Katherine Forst Mosaics, Five Boroughs Brewing Co., AUZ Design Studio, Richard Clarkson Studio, Randolph Beer DUMBO, OneDTQ, Sam's Granola, Lowercase, Luke Malaney Furniture, Home Interiors by KBalkarran. Managed by the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Brooklyn-Made is a certification program for locally-made goods. The certification is a market-driven, geographically-focused certification assessing and validating products manufactured in Brooklyn, NY.
Scosha
Williamsburg jewelry and watches
SCOSHA is a New York-based jewelry collection mixing precious and semi-precious materials in unexpected, colorful ways. Drawing its inspiration from the travels of its founder, SCOSHA offers jewelry meant to be worn with love for a lifetime by men, women and children. Australian-born designer and artist Scosha Woolridge draws inspiration from her experiences traveling the world. After selling her designs in the sand dunes of Northern Brazil, Woolridge decided to take journey on an illegal cargo boat venturing down the Amazon River, to witness where the salt water merged with fresh water, where pink dolphins and Amazonians roamed. It was this journey that would eventually lead her north to America. After settling in Brooklyn, she created her first Scosha piece from the memory of a young girl in India whose ears were newly pierced with a hot pink thread and accented with a single tiny gold bead. The use of textile being attached to the body, and combining it with precious metals and stones, struck Woolridge as the perfect balance. "If I couldn't take her with me, I wanted to take her ears and put them in my back pack" says Woolridge; it was from this original concept that became her signature braided bracelet, with a tiny accent bead that could fit any one anywhere on the planet. In 2010, Scosha opened her first Williamsburg storefront - home also to her in-house production team of artisans - at 64 Grand Street. All Scosha pieces are meticulously handcrafted using ancient techniques for metalsmithing, stone setting and weaving techniques. In 2013, Scosha launched her Fine Jewelry Capsule Collection, offering for the first time, highly sought-after 14 and 18-karat interpretations of her own unique and playful vision. “This has since become a playground for more custom ceremonial, and sentimental pieces," she says. In April 2015, Scosha launched Little Scosha, a kids rendering of select adult styles, created in honor of her most constant source of inspiration: her own children. Shortly there after, in August 2015 Scosha was admitted into the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA). Strengthening the influence and success of American Fashion Designers in the global economy, she is honored to be a part of this journey with 39 other amazing brands. To learn more about the CFDA, click here. For the coming Rio 2016 Olympics, Scosha will be making the jewelry worn by all the USA athletes for the opening and closing ceremony. This a great honor for her to be selected for this project, Brazil being the very beginnings of her more intricate woven designs. SCOSHA is sold globally in more than 125 select department and specialty stores, and is a favorite amongst the press. Woolridge has, through the diversity of her collection, collaborated with US designers such as Ralph Lauren, Club Monaco and Robert Geller. The brand, and its namesake designer, is committed to an authentic point of view of environmental, social, and personal awareness. “Where adventures begin...”
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Three Guys From Brooklyn

The place that’s been providing you with the freshest produce for over 30 years and three generations, 3 Guys from Brooklyn is now bringing you fresh squeezed juice! Our juice is squeezed fresh daily from premium Florida oranges. While you’re here check out our market. We are one of the few remaining open air fruit markets in NYC, open 24/7. Health and nutrition are the issues that are nearest and dearest to our hearts. In the fast-paced life we lead today (practically light speed in New York!) we forget that healthy eating and exercise are the best ways we can take care of ourselves. Therefore, we are committed to providing healthy, yet affordable products to you and your family. We have the most ethnically diverse clientele anywhere. You will find every race and creed shopping here, everyone comes together to share in the great deals and freshness. It is also a neighborhood place where old friends meet, neighbors run into each other, and families come shopping together. We have become a Brooklyn Landmark and like to give back to the community that has allowed us to flourish.

Scosha

SCOSHA is a New York-based jewelry collection mixing precious and semi-precious materials in unexpected, colorful ways. Drawing its inspiration from the travels of its founder, SCOSHA offers jewelry meant to be worn with love for a lifetime by men, women and children. Australian-born designer and artist Scosha Woolridge draws inspiration from her experiences traveling the world. After selling her designs in the sand dunes of Northern Brazil, Woolridge decided to take journey on an illegal cargo boat venturing down the Amazon River, to witness where the salt water merged with fresh water, where pink dolphins and Amazonians roamed. It was this journey that would eventually lead her north to America. After settling in Brooklyn, she created her first Scosha piece from the memory of a young girl in India whose ears were newly pierced with a hot pink thread and accented with a single tiny gold bead. The use of textile being attached to the body, and combining it with precious metals and stones, struck Woolridge as the perfect balance. "If I couldn't take her with me, I wanted to take her ears and put them in my back pack" says Woolridge; it was from this original concept that became her signature braided bracelet, with a tiny accent bead that could fit any one anywhere on the planet. In 2010, Scosha opened her first Williamsburg storefront - home also to her in-house production team of artisans - at 64 Grand Street. All Scosha pieces are meticulously handcrafted using ancient techniques for metalsmithing, stone setting and weaving techniques. In 2013, Scosha launched her Fine Jewelry Capsule Collection, offering for the first time, highly sought-after 14 and 18-karat interpretations of her own unique and playful vision. “This has since become a playground for more custom ceremonial, and sentimental pieces," she says. In April 2015, Scosha launched Little Scosha, a kids rendering of select adult styles, created in honor of her most constant source of inspiration: her own children. Shortly there after, in August 2015 Scosha was admitted into the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA). Strengthening the influence and success of American Fashion Designers in the global economy, she is honored to be a part of this journey with 39 other amazing brands. To learn more about the CFDA, click here. For the coming Rio 2016 Olympics, Scosha will be making the jewelry worn by all the USA athletes for the opening and closing ceremony. This a great honor for her to be selected for this project, Brazil being the very beginnings of her more intricate woven designs. SCOSHA is sold globally in more than 125 select department and specialty stores, and is a favorite amongst the press. Woolridge has, through the diversity of her collection, collaborated with US designers such as Ralph Lauren, Club Monaco and Robert Geller. The brand, and its namesake designer, is committed to an authentic point of view of environmental, social, and personal awareness. “Where adventures begin...”

Lyveth

LYVETH is a Brooklyn-based firm under the creative direction of Sylvanus Shaw. Specializing in contemporary design, LYVETH offers unique and limited edition furniture. The LYVETH workshop occupies a 6,000 square foot space in Gowanus with production partners throughout New York City. Sylvanus Shaw, a West Texas native, has worked with top New York interior decorators and architectural firms for over a decade, including numerous AD100, Forbes 400 and New York Spaces Top 50 clients. In addition to his work as a furniture designer, Sylvanus is a practicing artist, published critic and author.

Silly Phillie Creations

My name is Phyllis. But most people know me as Silly Phillie®. I am Brooklyn born and have graduated from both Fashion Institute of Technology (F.I.T) and Brooklyn College. I started Silly Phillie Creations more than 30 years ago based on a dream. My dream was to bring a sense of fashion, excitment, and a touch of whimsy to baby products. Over the years I've been fortunate to create some of the most enduring and unique baby gifts. The Original Baby Hoagie™, Welcome Wagons™, Special Delivery Pizza™, Sweet Baby Cakes™, & Rocking Horse Baby Gifts are just a few examples of our classic baby gifts. The Silly Phillie® difference A clever design alone does not make a fabulous baby gift. Other essential qualities you'll find in a Silly Phillie® gift are: 1. An emphasis on Quality. Our baby gifts are made with only quality layette items & accessories. 2. Ability to customize. We're able to customize & personalize gifts because we make them ourselves in Brooklyn! 3. Attention to detail. A Silly Phillie® baby gift looks fabulous because it is made to order, never mass produced. We have a wide selection of wonderful baby gifts to choose from. Please don't hesitate to call us toll free (855.885.3900) if you have any questions or special requests.

Banner photo credit: Michal Zieba