Ok. So, I am a HUGE Fan of the ladies of No. 6, Morgan Yakus and Karin Bereson. I was walking on 27th street to work one day and this woman ahead of me was wearing the most fab clog boots I had ever seen, similar to below, and I saw that she was walking into my building!! Yay for me, she worked for Mara Hoffman, above my office, (even more yay for me) and I had to stop her. She told me all about the boots, No. 6, the awesome ladies there and I’ve been a fan ever since.
I definitely would recommend going a 1/2 size + when you buy them though, they run a little snug, but I have never received so many compliments on a pair of clogs! Well, they actually the only ones I’ve ever owned, but you know what I mean. These ladies can create some seriously rockin’ clogs ladies (of all kinds) so get on board the No. 6 train already, because the below are their latest beauties, which will FO SHO be making it onto my Christmas list this year….
Daddy!!! will you buy me these please? lol…
Vintage collector Morgan Yakus and stylist Karin Bereson have pooled their talents to open No. 6 Store in Little Italy. This light-filled, spacious shop features a large and constantly changing European and American vintage collection alongside carefully selected pieces from independent contemporary designers Anntian, Ashish, Awareness and Consciousness, Belle Sauvage, Boessert Schorn, Correll Correll, Chrisitian Wijnants, Electric Feathers, Future Classics, Henrik Vibskov, Hope, Marios, No.6 clogs and clothing, Pelican Avenue, Raquel Allegra, Rosenmunns, Slow and Steady Wins the Race, Stine Goya, Von Sono, and accessories Aesa, Anndra Neen, Arielle de Pinto, All For The Mountain, B Store, Chronicles of Never, Fruit, Jensen Conroy, Roarke, QSP, Wendy Nichol, Wubet.
No.6 is also home to art and music events and collaborations organised by artist and designer Duncan Hamilton who provides the space with its particular artistic sensibility.
Our aim is for shoppers at No. 6 to immediately feel at home. We encourage you to lounge on one of the couches when you need a break. And when trying on clothing, you are free to take your time, as if perusing a good friend’s closet, though a fabulously stylish and impeccably organized one.