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Nanette Lepore

Kittenish, retro-tinged feminine clothing is Lepore's forte. Right now, things have an opulent post-Summer-of-Love feel: ruffle-sleeved wallpaper-print dresses, bell-sleeved swirl-pattern tops, and brocade coats fastened with oversize buttons.

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Scoop

This 10,000-square-foot mega-Scoop (the largest in the city) spans an entire block, from Broadway to Mercer Street.

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Steven Alan

One of the formidable forces in shaping NYC's boutique culture, Steven Alan's Tribeca emporium has fast-tracked many a major trend. Though shops that exclusively carry his collection of intentionally rumpled button-downs and shirtdresses now populate the city, the Franklin Street flagship, with its deep apothecary-like shelving and rolling-ladder-adorned, library-ish walls, is the best. Here, vintage Rolexes, Mara Hoffman dresses, and A.P.C. trenches happily coexist.

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Urban Outfitters

U.O. was the clothier of hipsters before the term even existed. This branch, its original Manhattan location, has recently expanded to accommodate a wide range of their streetwise basics and runway-influenced separates.

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Apartment 48

This cleverly conceived home decor shop is designed like an actual apartment: There's a Moroccan-influenced living room, an understated kitchen, a chinoiserie-influenced bedroom, a primary-bright nursery, and a botanical-themed bathroom.

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Diane von Furstenberg

When you walk into Diane Von Furstenberg, you know you're going to find beautiful silhouettes: smocked, cropped jackets over full skirts, and filmy dresses under swingy trapeze coats.

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Elizabeth Charles

When Elizabeth Charles launched her eponymous shop in 2002, she introduced then-unknown Australian and New Zealand lines like Willow and Lover to New York. In the intervening years, she's been just as relentless in her quest to import the next big thing from Down Under.

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Marc by Marc Jacobs

Along Bleecker Street is a series of boutiques for superstar designer Marc Jacobs' secondary line. One sells clothing and accessories; the other, offbeat seasonal MJ-branded tchotchkes.

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Scoop

This popular chainlet has taken over nearly an entire block in the meatpacking district—there are separate women's, men's, and kids' boutiques, plus a "Scoop Street" location that sells laid-back pieces.

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Stella McCartney

McCartney excels at creating cleverly tailored garments with a modern look and feel. The devoted vegetarian never uses any animal fibers or leather in her clothing or bags.

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