Kit & Ace
- The giant lighting fixture was made by the Manhattan-based Apparatus, the table by Uhuru of Brooklyn, while the flower arrangements come from Saipua, based in Red Hook.
- Let There Be Neon designed this in-store sign with the brand's unofficial motto, "Time is precious."
- In the back, you'll notice the in-store tailor's booth, where a seamstress makes adjustments for customers.
- Takeaway flyers provide locals and tourists with the best places in the neighborhood to grab brunch or a drink.
- On the walls, there's a rotating gallery that features work by a different local artist every three months.
- Unlike in most stores, the big central table is actually meant to be sat at—the surface is littered with magazines, and even Carroll herself can often be found there, working on her laptop.
- Conversation cards are used during the store's invite-only monthly supper clubs, where around 10 or 12 creatives from various fields eat and mingle. Carroll hints that a few collaborations have even begun at her dinners, though she can't tell us what just