• Bird Cobble Hill
  • Bird Williamsburg
  • Bird Park Slope

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Bird is Brooklyn’s premier fashion destination, embodying the borough’s creative spirit since 1999.

Bird

Bird is Brooklyn’s premier fashion destination, embodying the borough’s creative spirit since 1999.

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Vital statistics

  • 1999 Established
  • Private Type
  • 11 - 50 Number of employees
  • 3 Stores
  • 203 Grand St.
    Brooklyn
    NY, United States
    HQ

Key people

  • Jenny Lee Director of Buying, Strategy and Personnel

Company Snapshot

Company Snapshot

What began as a singular outpost in Brooklyn, Bird has become known for their distinguished selection of both independent and established designers with rich ties to the community.

Bird has sustained a steady growth throughout Brooklyn, supported by the innovative designs of Norwegian architect Ole Sondresen. In 2006, Bird expanded to Cobble Hill with a store front on Smith Street, followed by the relocation of the original Park Slope store to its current home on 5th Avenue. In 2009, Bird opened its third and flagship location in Williamsburg, offering a permanent men’s assortment in addition to its meticulous women’s offer. Bird remains true to the unique aesthetic of each neighborhood with location-specific collections.

Bird actively promotes strong eco-conscious ideals through its community partnerships and endeavors. Strict sustainability and green-building standards were maintained throughout the construction of the Williamsburg outpost, resulting in the coveted LEED-CI Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, the first retail establishment to receive this certification in New York.

The Williamsburg flagship upholds Bird’s practice of nurturing creativity through its unique collaborations and rotating art installations. With an extensive roster of past contributors such as Clara Claus, Sufjan Stevens, Mike Perry and many others, Bird’s influence continues to extend far beyond the fashion world.

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