Last Minute One-of-a-kind Experiences & Gifts For The 2021 Holiday Season
With the holiday season well underway, plan a special night out or complete your gift shopping for everyone on your list with these unique get-togethers, gourmet goodies, fashion brands, inspirational reads, and a vacation. Family, friends, and significant others can revel in the finer pleasures that bring joy, happiness, and personal growth this holiday season and beyond.
For the Fashionista
The iconic California-based Chuck’s Vintage has brought classic style to Manhattan. Chuck’s Vintage has proudly influenced catwalks, celebrities, and high street fashion for the past 15 years. Chuck’s Vintage was founded by GSFI former CEO Madeline Cammarata (fka Madeline Harmon) and now her legendary styles have come to New York City.
In 2006, the former model started Chuck’s Vintage, which overnight became a true American original. Her abundant collection became treasured wear for celebrities and business elites from Steve Jobs to famous musicians such as Dolly Parton, Robert Plant, Morrisey and more were among the first customers in the original LA’s Melrose Place store. From the famous to just pure classic style lovers, they have all at one point crossed the threshold of Chuck’s Vintage in the California hotspot shop – where even once a world-renowned denim archivist saw fit to entrust Madeline with millions of dollars’ worth of collectible denim that she proudly sold.
Setting up its new flagship retail outlet in North America’s premier luxury district, Chuck’s Vintage will soon become a New York City favorite place to shop for time-honored clothing. Given the shop’s museum-like quality, the seamless fusion of Californian essence and the New York City branch, and the exclusivity of its offerings, Chuck’s Vintage has already carved out a niche in the city, catering to more discerning clients looking for pieces that will last them for decades.
Chuck’s Vintage, 173 East 91st Street, Basement, New York, NY 10128
For more information, please visit: chucksvintage.com