Introducing Aberizk: SoHo's Newest Vintage Concept Store

Introducing Aberizk: SoHo's Newest Vintage Concept Store

Introducing Aberizk: SoHo's Newest Vintage Concept Store

The store combines the designs of emerging talent with vintage finds to help revamp your closet.

The store combines the designs of emerging talent with vintage finds to help revamp your closet.

Text: Addison Aloian

After launching their website and e-commerce for the very first time in September, Aberizk finally opened their physical store in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood in Manhattan in November.

Located at 9 Spring Street, the brand mixes the work of emerging designers and a curated catalog of vintage garments as well. Recently worn by Kendall Jenner at an 818 Tequila event in Miami, the vintage designs blend 90s and early 2000s styles of minimalism with sportswear, as well as “subculture rare finds” from designers such as Dior, Fendi, Versace, Jean Paul Gaultier, Issey Miyake, and Roberto Cavalli.

Image Courtesy of Sophie Sahara (@sophiesahara)

Aberizk is woman and black-owned, as founded by couple Allison Aberizk and Justin Xavier. Blending their desires to spotlight emerging talent with rare vintage finds, this concept store helps them support global designers with whom they share values. They hope to instill in clients a passion to explore new designers and revamp their vintage collections.

Their products are constantly evolving, but some of their high-end designer apparel and accessories are from the brands of Clara Colette Miramon, Danielle Guizio, George Trochopoulos, Justine Clenquet, Leo Official, MISBHV, Paloma Wool, Poster Girl, Priscavera, Simon Miller, and Varon. From crop tops, to coats, to pants, and accessories, there’s something at Aberizk for everyone.

Aberizk is open Tuesday through Thursday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., and Friday through Sunday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. at 9 Spring Street, New York, New York 10012.

Credits: Images Courtesy of Aberizk

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