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Court

Situated in a former mob museum in Little Italy, this year-old endeavor from the women behind the East Village vintage shop Circa Now is as low-lit and moody as a 19th-century jail cell. 
The racks hold a smattering of handpicked antique treasures, but most of the space is devoted to small, edgy, and affordable lines, like Grey Ant, Mink Pink, and Sophomore.

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Cry Wolf

Down a small flight of stairs near Tompkins Square Park, the low-slung, mirror-lined Cry Wolf is packed with unisex picks: multi-colored Creative Recreation high-tops, Cutler and Gross sunglasses, and Carin Wester coats.

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Curve

Stylist Nevena Borissova's trio of boutiques (L.A. hosts the original, while the newest is in Miami’s Gansevoort Hotel) all provide subtle variations on the same theme: She culls pieces that are a few steps ahead of the current trends but well short of alienating. In New York, this means nearly transparent Balmain T-shirts, Made Her Think two-finger rings, and beaded Givenchy tops.

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Darr

Gloriously over-the-top, Darr is an updated version of an old-world antiques store: Turn-of-the-century toy horses, wildebeest taxidermy, and busts carved from wood are a stunning backdrop to the smaller home goods, like horn serving spoons and gold-hued scissors imported from India.

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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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Kiosk

Owners Alisa Grifo and Marco ter Haar Romeny travel all over the world, ferreting out the everyday—yet beautiful—artifacts of a culture or a region, whether it's an orange peeler from Florida or a mending kit from Germany. The spoils of their trips are displayed at their eccentric you-have-to-know-about-it-to-know-it's-there second-floor store.

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Kirna Zabête

One of the first boutiques that could legitimately go toe-to-toe with trendsetters like Barneys, Kirna Zabête established itself in Soho back in 1999 and has since become a huge force. But despite their success, Beth Buccini and Sarah Easley are far from complacent when it comes to finding left-of-center pieces. Right now, they're betting on Giambattista Valli balloon-sleeved blouses and Rick Owens' leather biker jackets.

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Kisan Concept Store

Even though it's operated by three Parisians, the Kisan flagship is actually in Iceland, which partly explains its eclectic appeal. The front 
of the year-old space is devoted to art books, graphic stationery, and eggshell-thin glassware, while the back is given 
over to big, primarily French, fashion names like Vanessa Bruno, Sonia Rykiel, and Jerome Dreyfuss.

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Layla

Owner Alayne Patrick travels to India constantly to source everything from rough-cut diamond drop earrings to satin quilts, which she then deftly mixes with Megan Park gowns and a house line of tunics. A recently opened towel annex across the street is replete with neatly folded stacks of Missoni beach blankets and exuberantly patterned Fabindia bath sheets.

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Ludivine

This compact shop is a capsule of cool full of French designs. Classic Parisian labels like Vanessa Bruno, Claudie Pierlot, and Isabel Marant are evergreens.

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