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Duo

An American flag and worn wooden armoire get the message across that Duo, started by two Minnesota-born sisters, is an homage to both the past and patriotism. The store favors emerging 
local designers who produce in the U.S., 
as well as vintage staples like a flannel-lined khaki anorak and brown leather ankle boots.

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Dolce Vita

We've always loved Dolce Vita for wedges and booties that don't cost much (but look like they do). Now, its steadily expanding line of apparel (silk printed blouses, A-line skirts, cozy knit ponchos) is becoming a budget-friendly force in its own right, and in their New York boutique, the pieces share quarters with stacks of Blank denim and an array of West Coast-cool jewelry by Vanessa Mooney.

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Cloak & Dagger

First you spot the red suede pumps. Then you spy the Karen Walker sunglasses. Next you get to a shelf with Clare Vivier clutches and, over there, you see an ivory pintucked top. Then it hits you: This store is like getting trapped inside a giant closet owned by the coolest girl ever.

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Christina Lehr

Growing up above Henry Lehr's Soho clothing store inspired Christina Lehr (yes, she's his daughter) to launch her own flagship in Tribeca and stock it with her line of cool, comfortable and highly wearable striped cotton tees and drawstring 
pants.

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Billy Reid

Buried deep inside Billy Reid's dark, wood-paneled flagship is his refreshingly un-prissy women's line, complete with his signature tailored trenches, crisp shirtdresses and woolen coats.

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Babel Fair

Think of Erica Kiang as your personal shopper—only she gets to shop the entire world. 
Every six weeks, Kiang embarks on a global pilgrimage and brings back treasures like Peruvian oil vials, Spanish-print pants, Korean denimwear, and a particular Japanese meowing cat camera that we're sort of obsessed with.

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Aritzia

You'll fight the crowds at this Canadian retail giant's double-decker stateside flagship, but while its distinctive in-house brands, outstanding denim selection, and gentle price tags justify some elbowing, remember that the sunlit 
second floor is far 
less trafficked.

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Amarcord

Blessedly uncluttered and color-coded, Amarcord's medley 
of upscale European clothing and accessories dates to the 1940s. Fancy lines (YSL, Pucci, Dior) 
are given equal rack real estate with others you've never heard of but are about to totally fall in love with.

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Brook Farm General Store

Chock-full of the homey (wool blankets), the necessary (frying pans) and the endearingly random (Lithuanian handstitched leather key covers), this sunny mom-and-pop is 
the kind of shop we 
wish we could live 
in.

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Sandro

A swinging '60s London vibe permeates this French 
retailer's offerings. Mod-chic silhouettes updated with leopard-print Peter Pan collars and edgy leather paneling feel completely effortless—and entirely covetable. Watch this spot—Sandro is set to make big waves stateside, one chic fille at a time.

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