Saved New York is known for their beautiful Mongolian hand-crafted cashmere home and fashion accessories, antiques, art and jewelry. Established in 2015 by Brooklyn-based artist and collector, Sean McNanney, the brand is a unique marriage of old-world craftsmanship and modern sensibility. Two stunningly staged boutiques, one in Manhattan's West Village and the other on Hudson Street in the nearby Meatpacking district, showcase the wonderful mix of exquisitely patterned textiles, cashmere pieces, and art.

The Hudson Street location is a collaboration with French Presse , Dylan Fowler's luxury linen brand based in The Hamptons. The store is filled with Saved New York's throws and blankets, homeware, art and antiques alongside French Presse' complementary line of table top and home linens.

The West 4th Street shop features cashmere clothing and lightweight cashmere scarves, an assortment of jewelry, both new pieces made in Turkey and antique, as well as original artwork.

“Designed In New York, Made By Hand In Mongolia”

Sean McNanney & Dylan Fowler outside the Hudson Street store.


What year was Saved New York established?  Saved New York was established in 2015.

What makes Saved New York so unique?   I wanted to create a space that reminds me of the shops I visited when I was growing up in Langley on Whidbey Island outside of Seattle in Washington state.

Why did you name the shop Saved New York?  The idea of creating something to keep and a refreshing take on the familiar.

What are Saved New York’s signature products?  Our Tiger Rug and Constellation handmade cashmere throw blanket.

Sean McNanney, shopkeeper at Saved New York


Your favorite thing about owning an independent shop?   I am free to be myself!  Meeting great people and it makes me happy to be part of a community that is holding down a storefront in NYC.

What are your favorite local independent businesses?  Farmers market, the few book and magazine shops left, book fair and the Armory Antiques show.

What are your five favorite shops?  Obsolete, De Vera , M Crow, Paula Rubenstein, Maison Gerard.


“Being creative, collaborations, trunk shows and pop ups.”

Photography by  Pink Yellow Studio