A retail pioneer on New York City's Ludlow Street, Hannah Kurland opened Marmalade in 1998 as an extension of her overflowing wardrobe and a reason to indulge her undeniable compulsion for treasure hunting. Her shop has become an established go-to vintage source for discerning locals, industry hustlers and travelers alike.
Marmalade has since relocated to Nolita after over a decade on the Lower East Side, sharing an address with the Girls Love Shoes vintage shoe archive. We continue to stock a carefully curated collection of designer and design worthy vintage clothing. Some of our favorites include Claude Montana, Issey Miyake, Norma Kamali, Maud Frizon, Koos Van Den Akker. Marmalade embodies a decidedly 'more is more' aesthetic featuring noteworthy prints, shapes, and textures along with an abundance of vintage footwear and accessories that span the 20th century while maintaining focus on the current moment.
We are constantly searching, pillaging, rummaging and on the prowl because amazing pieces can reveal themselves anywhere. As a result, there is a constant supply of covetable merchandise arriving in the store each week. Our archive is also available for design and styling rentals.
Stop by and see what's in store. Marmalade Vintage 174 Mott, Corner of Broome.