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TG170

In 1992, when owner Terri Ann Gillis had just graduated from art school and had no money, she took over this storefront as a live/work space. Rent was cheap and it allowed her—and her artist friends—a pressure-free showcase to sell one-off pieces. While it's now the area's most venerable boutique—offering established labels like Sunshine & Shadow and Vivienne Westwood—it has preserved its studio-like vibe and continues to launch the careers of many young designers.

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Screaming Mimi's

For nearly 30 years, this outstanding vintage resource has offered well-preserved garments from a range of decades; the space itself has a mod, futuristic look.

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Portia & Manny

After boutiques Valley and Sweet Tater shuttered in early 2009, the respective owners teamed up to open this new endeavor: There are a host of spa offerings, along with several racks of expertly selected vintage clothing, including floral-printed '70s tops and Dior gowns.

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Amarcord

Owned by a pair of Italian natives, the newest outpost of this popular NYC vintage chainlet is a slick edge-of-SoHo space full of pieces from big-in-the-'80s names: Martine Sitbon, Katharine Hamnett, Guy Laroche.

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American Apparel

Simple, stretchy tops, skirts, dresses, underwear, and more, in a rainbow of colors, are what American Apparel does best.

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Daryl K

Downtown standout Daryl Kerrigan turns out stunningly chic, streamlined garments with a rock-and-roll edge.

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Edit

There are only a handful of great boutiques on the Upper East Side (probably because of the top-notch department stores and hardcore high-end designer boutiques in the area), which makes it easy for Edit to stand out. But it could pull its weight anywhere in town, as it offers two floors of standout names like Derek Lam and Marchesa.

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Edon Manner

Styled like an opulent English library, with fashion books inserted into the wall as shelves, white-and-gray-striped wallpaper, and a giant tufted couch accented with fox fur throws, Edon Manor has one of the most aggressively forward-looking accessory selections in the city. Staggeringly high heels—laced with tiny bells—from Azzedine Alaïa are arranged next to Dries Van Noten flats.

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Il Bisonte

Though this Italian-born accessories house has a big global reputation, it has only two outposts in the States: One is in L.A. and the other is in Soho, where the entire space smells like gloriously tanned leather. Glamorous, buttery soft totes share the shelves with well-conceived wallets, key fobs, and 
chic little clutches.

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Project No. 8

Occupying a triangular-shaped wedge in a remote pocket of upper Chinatown, this spare exhibition-like store is all about restrained minimalism. Everything here has its precise place, whether it's a grayish green python Martin Margiela shoe or an A Détacher dress. A furniture/men's store of the same name just opened around the corner.

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