Gearing Up for Fashion Week 2022: Brooklyn’s Industry City

Let’s be honest. Online shopping is convenient and often economical, however, all those returns because it’s the wrong size, incorrect color, not what you expected… While many of us miss the days of getting dressed up to go to a department store (even just to window shop), there is nothing that compares to actually seeing, touching and trying on a garment or holding a new accessory. Period! Well, today’s version of America’s favorite pastime, shopping, is experiencing a renaissance in Brooklyn and it’s called Industry City.

Following is what you need to know for those long for the days of strolling along a promenade with hands full of shopping bags filled with the latest fashions, from high-end manufacturing to homemade designs…

A sprawling 6 million-square-foot multi-use complex is comprised of 16 buildings that span 35 acres. It is located in Sunset Park, Brooklyn and right on the gorgeous waterfront. It is an impressive campus brimming with shops, various events and restaurants/kiosks where designers, artists, culinary professionals and today’s entrepreneurs can show off their passion and creations.

Following are just several of the past and present businesses that have made their mark on the fashion and business world via Industry City. It’s a must-visit and, as they like to boast, a magnetic hub for more than 60 fashion brands.

Ashya offers travel accessories brands and winners of the 2019 CFDA Elaine Gold LaunchPad. The firm was awarded free space at Industry City, where they then expanded their space into Industry City’s Makers Guild. You can find these fine leather bags in such stores as Bergdorf Goodman.


Loeffler Randall: Footwear, handbags, and accessories, this burgeoning brand has hit the fashionable streets from New York, Los Angeles, Milan, Paris and more.

Loeffler Randall

Moda Operandi consolidated its NYC offices here at Industry City. Everyone who is anyone that loves fashion swoons when you see some of their creations and contributions to the latest ingenuity and today’s aesthetics.

Moda Operandi

With razor-sharp tailoring, architectural construction and honest textiles, Peter Do has taking the design world by storm. His collections are growing ever more popular around the globe and are found in some of the leading department stores and boutiques. Imaginative and stunning!

Peter Do

Cuup is an inclusive women’s lingerie brand with its content creation studio located at Industry City. The company has become the talk of the town for women of all sizes.


Original and timeless, everything that Rag & Bone makes is to make you feel good — their products are not made to be eventually disposable. Check them out!

Rag & Bone

All your knitwear needs and desires will be fulfilled at Tailored Industries. They offer everything from caps to dresses, facemasks, leggings to tops and pants for both men and women.

Tailored Industries

Stoney Clover Lane: A women’s accessories and travel brand that started at the campus with 25,000 and has expanded to more than 40,000 square feet. It’s worth checking out their bags from pouches to cosmetic bags, purses and more.

Stoney Clover Lane

The vintage-inspired denim brand, Still Here NYC, is one of the latest companies to move their design studio, office and showroom into Industry City. Taking jeans to a new level, each pair of vintage-inspired jeans has a mark of handwork, such as their signature hand-painted stripes and hand-guided chain stitch embroidery.

Still Here NYC

Explore, Eat and Get Ready to Shop: Industry City