Dejavu Boutique & Art Gallery

Since 2003, Dejavu Boutique & Art Gallery has been a staple of New York City's fashionable Upper East Side. Our location is within the walls of the legendary Bodley Gallery, which rose to prominence as the favored venue for renowned icon Andy Warhol, as well as being host to a slew of artists work including:

Picasso - Matisse - Paul Klee - Helen Gerardia - Fernand Leger - Max Ernst

Being the current residents of the Bodley Gallery is something that we take as an honor. With that honor comes a responsibility to elevate artistic spirits, chronicle the contemporary and modern art scene, and most importantly in contributing to NYC's illustrious fashion history.

Dejavu Boutique & Art Gallery
In this spirit we’ve preserved the second floor as a gallery space showcasing pieces from artists such as painter Vicky Barranguet and fashion designers Dominique Auxilly and Omar Escada. With roots stemming from women's couture, we've collected some of the world's biggest fashion statements that call our first-floor boutique home.

Dejavu Boutique & Art Gallery

We view art and fashion as timeless investments, immersing customers in carefully hand-selected specialty garments, designed for the high-fashion woman who seeks that one-of-a-kind yet easy style.    

In 2006 we chose to devote ourselves to mastering the art of fit, expanding our services to include in0house production and professional tailoring. We strive to make effortless silhouettes that celebrate the feminine figure. We believe the perfect fit is the most essential part of clothing. In pursuit of the perfect fit, we've made it our mission to source beautiful all-natural fabrics while making more productive use of natural resources.

Our offerings have been featured in New York Daily News. Come visit us at one of our 2 locations in Manhattan and fall in love with what you wear.

[Our celebration for the wives of some of our UN ambassadors]

[Our NBA All-Star weekend party]

[Presenting the works and hosting Rosie O'Donnell's exhibit]


[Andy Warhol]