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The Shop at Cooper-Hewitt

There's no shortage of excellent museum stores in New York, but we're inclined to put Cooper-Hewitt's at the top of our list. Run by a former product manager for New York's most inspiring home goods shop, Moss, it carries an expertly curated selection of modern design hits, all arranged in bright green cubes within a darkly glamorous vestibule of Andrew Carnegie's former mansion. Spindly candlesticks from Ted Muehling rest next to an array of coffee-table books and Rodarte necklaces.

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Store 518, General & Fine

Designer Nadia Tarr (of the famed, wear-it-a-million-ways Butter by Nadia dress) decided to open a shop in Carroll Gardens when her insatiable flea marketing got out of hand and she needed a repository for all the treasures she had mined over the years. It's easy to tell that she loves everything in the store, from pristine '50s Mexican dresses to blue enamel Victorian lockets. Her clothing line is also here, plus every conceivable kind of retro-packaged candy.

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Maryam Nassir Zadeh

Though this 2008 arrival, which sits in a raw, industrial-flavored spot, is arguably best known for its outstanding edit of clothing (names like Isabel Marant, Acne, and Vena Cava are all here), its displays are pretty breathtaking, too. Opalescent peacock feathers are arranged next to chunks of white coral in mini-vignettes on the floor, and undulating tables cast out of concrete hold geometric necklaces and tiny antique figurines.

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Thistle & Clover

Though Rand Niederhoffer and Camilla Gale only graduated from college in 2005, their first retail adventure already has a standout reputation. Every piece feels special and handmade, since the twosome focus on affordable, under-represented lines like Dace and Wren. They even host a quarterly open call in search of the next big thing, where they look at labels that have yet to land their first store account.

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Pas de Deux

Men's boutique Odin burst onto the shopping scene in 2004, transforming the closets of legions of NYC guys overnight. Eddy Chai and Paul Birardi have a real vision for what's cool, and it's equal parts laid-back and tailored. When they turned their attention to women last September, they created a boudoir-like Alice in Wonderland space, where cubbies hold Loeffler Randall heels and stunning silk shifts from Wayne. Bonus: Den, two doors down, is an outlet for both stores.

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The Reformation

The premise of this brand-new spot from designer Yael Aflalo is to turn dead-stock fabric into turn-of-the-century-esque pieces, such as silk camisoles with lace-inset backs and simple chiffon jackets. The new line fits right in with the actual vintage items on the wrought-iron racks, like black slips that have been artfully reworked into dropwaist dresses.

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Stella Filante

Before opening their store, sisters Hasna and Leona Erziak were styling French celebrities and decorating homes in Marrakech. As you step into the shop—which sprung up only six months ago—both influences become immediately apparent. The walls are decorated with cutout Moorish motifs, and the items for sale are exactly what you would want to pack for St. Barths: Heavily embellished Antik Batik tunics and floral dresses from American Retro are highlights.

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Thistle & Clover

Though Rand Niederhoffer and Camilla Gale only graduated from college in 2005, their first retail adventure already has a standout reputation. Every piece feels special and handmade, since the twosome focus on affordable, under-represented lines like Dace and Wren. They even host a quarterly open call in search of the next big thing, where they look at labels that have yet to land their first store account.

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Zadig & Voltaire

Quietly tucked away, this Parisian line espouses a subtly sexy, undone aesthetic. Fitted cargo pants mingle with off-the-shoulder sweateres and lace-edged tanks.

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Dunderdon

Started by a Swedish carpenter in 1997, this Goteborg-based collection has only three outposts across the globe. The New York store has the feel of a modern barn, which is the perfect counterpoint to its pared-down, workear-inspired styles.

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