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Wear your city on your sleeve with a selection of uniquely Motown products at Pure Detroit. This store was established in 1998 with the sole purpose of capturing and spreading the essence of the Motor City. And since it opened it has stood as a promoter of the city and its culture. From casual apparel and jewelry to gifts, bags and souvenirs, each item represents Detroit in some way or the other, whether it is through a design, a printed photograph or a logo. So, if you happen to be looking for a souvenir, this is the perfect place to shop.
Détroit Is The New Black is an enigmatic name for a store. The brainchild of Roslyn Karamoko, a designer who moved to the city a few years back, its title is an ode to Detroit's past and present. The chic space not only showcases her cosmopolitan line of clothing but also highlights Detroit brands such as The Lip Bar, Detroit Rose and, Douglas & Co. You will also find native designers' collection. Besides being a retail spot, it is also a cultural hub with regularly art exhibits, poetry slams, art classes and trunk shows.
The selection of produce at the Eastern Market is impressive. Choose from fresh flowers, specialty foods, and locally sourced meat. 250 vendor booths are opened to the public every Saturday, and you'll find that most products sold here are from local businesses and farms. Freshness is guaranteed along with prices that are sure to keep you engaged in shopping till you explore all stalls. If you work up an appetite, there are several restaurants at the market.
Owned and operated by brother, sister duo Andy and Emily Linn, City Bird is an amalgamation of Detroit themed paper goods, accessories, housewares and more. Seventh generation Detroiter's, Emily and Andy have a deep rooted love for their city, which is showcased through their eclectic boutique. This studio and store prides itself on featuring the work of hundreds of local artists and designers. Find silkscreen printed t-shirts, Michigan shaped coasters, handcrafted greeting cards and more.
Explore Michigan's history at the Franklin Cider Mill. It's located in the northern suburbs of Detroit and you'll find a diverse crowd of tourists and locals. With a history dating back to 1837, this cider mill has been producing apple cider for quite a while. It's a great destination for families, and you'll get to learn how the cider is produced. They sell fresh baked goods, jams, apple products, and butters.