Discover, The Pintrill Store.
I have loved pins since I was a child. I love enamel pins that are well designed and manufactured. I don’t know exactly why, maybe because it’s a tiny accessory which can properly capture a cultural landscape, communicate an emotion or reflect a fragment of your personality.
Last year, I discovered Pintrill, a young brand of enamel fashion pins and accessories created in the spring of 2014. After a growing success, they decided to open a retail store in the fall of 2016, in Brooklyn. The minimalist store is located in the neighborhood of Williamsburg and has a huge selection of pins inspired by popular culture icons (cartoons and pop culture, special collaborations with artists, limited vintage…). The pins are hooked on the immaculate white walls and appear like pieces of art. The average price for a pin is about $12 and the very rare ones can fetch over $150!
And you, do you like enamel pins?