Renee Goldfarb, owner of Origin of Era  , said that it’s time to start anew, and that  fresh start will be in Bay Shore ! This should come as no surprise to those who know this South Shore native as her retail roots had their birth in Bay Shore. 

At 19 years old, Goldfarb was associated with Bay Shore’s Special Sauce, a former clothing staple in the community.  She eventually ran the Fire Island location before taking on a career as a stylist in the fashion and entertainment industry.  After 15 years in Film and Fashion , that expertise carried over into her next venture.


 “Bay Shore paved the way for me when I started at Special Sauce, coming back there after all this time is a homecoming for me, and I am honored to be able to jump into this area with so many other amazing business owners.”



Origin Of Era Boutique opened its doors in late January of 2019 in the beautiful waterfront village of Port Jefferson, but the birth of this shop dates back to 2013 in Williamsburg Brooklyn (formerly SlapBack).   With on trend pieces that shift its focus away from mass production and onto small independent, female only designers; Origin Of Era  makes its mark by celebrating women.


The boutique caters to fashion enthusiasts with its rustic minimal bohemian and urban vibe and really gives women a fresh approach to fashion by offering classically modern pieces that  appeal to everyone. Inclusive, diverse, and wearable is what this shop truly conveys.  Aside from offering wearable options for women,  this shop is well rounded! Not only does it offer a vast selection of gifts, it has extended it’s small independent artisans to even include rare indoor plant's supplied by North Shore's WILD Plant Shop. Men’s is not off the table and will be entering into the shop sometime in the near future.


“You would be hard pressed to find mass produced items in our shop. We are extremely focused on offering small batch and sustainable products. We want to make sure when you shop with us you not only feel you are buying something exclusive, but can  also  feel confident  about supporting women owned brands, designers, and makers in our industry.”