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Space Kiddets is a wonderful, upscale kids clothing and accessories in Gramercy Park.
Great place to spend an hour browsing. Picked up some barrettes for a newborn today.
High touch and personal service. Please check it out of in the neighborhood.
This is a high end kids store with expensive items that cater to a wealthily local clientele.
It has clothes, toys, and accessories. It is very well known and popular locally with Moms. Great place to get an expensive gift for a young child.
I walked in the store and i was approched by what seems to be the owner. Rude , intimidating old women that smells like vodka everytime she speaks. So much so the store looks like its still stuck in 1960s and everything inside is overpriced...More
The store would be great if you have money to burn on expensive children's clothing. But the owner is a heinous monster with 20 plus hand written signs all over the store stating all her "rules". She's completely unaccommodating and has no interest in customer...More
This store is a New York institution with styles that range from demure to boho chic. The salespeople have always been happy to take there time with me, whether I'm trying to find the perfect pair of leggings to go with a top, match a...More
We had a great experience at Space Kiddets. We unknowingly arrived ten minutes before closing time but were made to feel welcome and were not rushed one bit. The store carries a varied selection of cool and unique clothes and toys for kids. Some items...More
I was shopping here with a friend for my son and his little buddy. Came across some cool vintage car toys from Schylling. The owner comes up to us and asks if we need any help. You know, the kind of help that's more like...More
This is the worst store I've ever been to. The selection is horridly one dimensional, only for those wanting their children to look like hippies, and expensively overpriced. The same merchandise is at Macy's and other department stores but cheaper. In addition, the store only...More
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