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Back in the summer of 2010, when the owners of cute little Williamsburg boutique Brooklynski realized they wanted to move on, they sold the shop to a customer, Melissa Gorski. Gorski ran the store under the name Honey & Hazel for about a year and a half, but now she's relocating to the West Coast, so she's handing the reins to a friend and former colleague.
Bernadette Libonate, the shop's third owner, plans to maintain the focus on clothing, accessories, and housewares from local and indie businesses like VeraMeat, Brooklyn Rehab, and We See Stars. She's already added some popular new vendors like Hunter New York and Baggu. And, as seems to be the tradition with 351 Graham, she's giving the space a new name: It's now known as Milly & Earl.
· Brooklynski Customer Liked the Place So Much, She Bought It [Racked NY]
· Milly & Earl [Official Site]