Aesthetic Sense in the News

  • Everything is Sweet...The Aesthetic Sense, a distinctive shop specializing in fair-trade gifts with an emphasis on Judaica, now features a Buy for Good Israel Collection, with new items made by hand in Israel by children and adults with developmental, physical or emotional disabilities, or by underprivileged communities, from all religions and ethnicities.
  • The Aesthetic Sense is not your average Judaica store. With an emphasis on improving lives around the world, The Aesthetic Sense caters to the Jewish community featuring merchandise with a mission that is deeply rooted in socioeconomic improvement.
  • An (Artisanal) Chanukah Gift Guide - Small-batch (and very cool) gifts, from Haiti to the northern Negev to Bryant Park.
  • The Daily Voice Mount Kisco Couple Sell Goods That Do Good The World Over. “We wanted to find a way to merge our love of Judaica, retail and social justice activism into our business. We came up with this wonderful combination of everything we love. It’s something for the entire community.”
  • “Behind every one of the items in our store is a story,” says Karen Schecter, co-owner with her husband, Jay, of the recently reopened and repurposed Aesthetic Sense.
  • Westchester 2015 Holiday Gift Guide: 25 Perfect Presents To Buy Local
    Westchester has a lot of nooks and crannies, and we scoured them all to find the most fun, interesting, and beautiful gifts from our local shops, boutiques, and artisans
  • Gifts With An Inner Light - Our annual guide to cool and socially conscious items for Chanukah. The Aesthetic Sense is a shop specializing in ethically sourced, fair trade products.
  • The Daily Voice Doing Good with 'Goods for the Soul' In Mount Kisco
  • The Daily Voice Mount Kisco's Aesthetic Sense Holds Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
  • The Aesthetic Sense relaunches with a sharper focus: everything ... is ethically sourced and adheres to fair trade principles..."It is a central focus to not run from the community, but to be part of it and be responsible for it."