Thursday, March 11, 2010

Friday through Sunday - Homemade: Brooklyn

Looking for a steal? Stop by Homemade: Brooklyn this weekend, the newest pop-up store in Kill Devil Hill's Greenpoint location (170 Franklin St., between Java and Kent).

If you haven't heard yet, our fellow vintage enthusiasts at Kill Devil Hill have been renting out their space all month to Brooklynites with a creative idea and nowhere to realize it - from art shows to a record store to a cupcake shop!

And now Old Hollywood is proud to be part of Homemade: Brooklyn, which features jewelry, clothing and even some delicious treats, all from right here in our favorite borough. The best part? Yours truly is offering jewelry at seriously discounted prices - some pieces are as much as 50% what they are in the store! But it's this weekend only, so you better hurry.

From TimeOut NY:

Homemade: Brooklyn pop-up at Kill Devil Hill Jessica Goldfond, owner of online art gallery and PR company the Shiny Squirrel (theshinysquirrel.com), has teamed with Moni Briones, sewing teacher and owner of Sew Moni accessories (sewmoni.com), to offer locally made goods at Kill Devil Hill’s Greenpoint space. “We want to showcase the amazing, creative people working in the borough,” says Goldfond. “We have goods by everyone, from Old Hollywood—a store in Brooklyn—to people who work out of their homes.” Top steals include Every Little Counts tanks ($34), McBittersons owl pillows ($13), and Loyalty and Odette fox-claw necklaces ($124). If you have just $10 to spend, snag treats like fresh beef jerky ($6); Dana Myer granola, cookies and spiced nuts ($3 per bag for each item); and the Hungry Squirrel bread ($3 per loaf). 170 Franklin St between Java and Kent Sts, Greenpoint, Brooklyn (347-534-3088, killdevilhillbrooklyn.blogspot.com). Fri 12–Sun 14 11am–8pm.