LifestyleStyle The most hipster things inside Williamsburg's Urban Outfitters concept store By NINA RUGGIERO Updated April 5, 2014 7:49 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Anyone who heard that a five-story Urban Outfitters concept store/art space/thrift shop/bar and restaurant was coming to Williamsburg knew they were about to witnesses the birth of the ultimate hipster mecca. Well, the store opened Friday at Space Ninety 8 (98 N. 6th St.), and it certainly did not disappoint. Here are some of our favorite, most hipster-tastic finds. Note: The bar opens next week, and the restaurant next month, according to an employee. These ceramic pots Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero The Urban Outfitters crowd doesn't put their plants in boring old pots, at least not on Isaac Nichols' watch. The Brooklyn-based artist started a company called DGIMI (Dear God It's Me Isaac) because he "had plants, lots of plants, but couldn't find anything he wanted to put them in." ($120) This White Magic Spray Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero "Spray around the room for protection against psychic attacks or others' negative thought forms," these bottles read. The formula was concocted by Erica Bradbury and Michele Colomer, who met at art school and "realized a common interest in outsider psychedelic music and the world of folk craft." Their business, Species by the Thousands, is influenced by "outsider worlds of witchcraft and the occult, bearded men, wild animals and 1970s nostalgia." ($28) This wall hanging Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero These are handmade in Brooklyn by Phoebe Sung and Peter Buer's brand, Cold Picnic, using "Rya," a Scandinavian rug-making technique. ($748) This ax Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero An ax is a great thing to have around for making things out of wood, or just for accessorizing a flannel shirt. We're pretty sure this one by Brooklyn-based brand Horse Cycles is just for decoration, but still. ($150) The hats Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero If you love to top off your look with a hat, then this is what happiness looks like. This suspender shrine Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero If you're catering to hipsters and you: 1. Don't sell suspenders and 2. Don't give each pair its own glorious display space, you're doing it wrong. ($49) This vest Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero A good vest adds an instant hip factor to any ensemble. This one was hand-selected at a yard sale or flea market, according to its tag. ($375) These beanies in a box Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero If we have to explain this one, you've clearly never taken the L train. This TV Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero Check out those antennas. This dog Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero His name is Huckleberry and he shopped the new Urban Outfitters before you did. Need we say more? This bicycle Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero Need a sweet, eco-friendly ride? This one is expertly crafted. ($1,700) These socks Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero Because for male hipsters, it's all about that sock game. Roll up those pants with pride, guys. These pocket squares Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero The only thing snazzier than a good pair of socks is a pocket square. ($20) This swing with crystals Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero Perhaps the most zen place to hang in all of Brooklyn. This fanny pack Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero They're becoming cool again. Seriously! ($45) These jelly sandals Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero Are any other '90s kids extremely excited that these are making a comeback? These overalls Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero Yet another win for the '90s. These handcrafted medicine bags/crystal pouches Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero They're "made with love by a Lakota Native American Artisan," and where else are you going to keep your medicine/crystals? Cute and functional. This denim jacket Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero It's pre-worn, it has patches... it's so out, it's in. ($89) This tree stump Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero This tree may not be growing in Brooklyn, but it's definitely doing its part to add that earthy cool factor to Space Ninety 8. This couch Photo Credit: Nina Ruggiero Seriously, how many artisanal wine and cheese parties could you host on this couch? Urban for the win. By NINA RUGGIERO Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.