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Eva

Eva's exciting re-emergence on the Bowery this March (it shuttered its Mulberry Street location last year) brings a much-needed shopping infusion to the underserved East Village. Filling a sliver of a space, the selection reflects a slick, indomitably progressive aesthetic, as evidenced by brands such as Henrik Vibskov, Staerk, and Samantha Pleet. 355 Bowery EAST VILLAGE 212-925-3890

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Eva Gentry

Formerly known 
as Butter, this pioneering store opened in Brooklyn more than a decade ago. Everything adheres to a refined white, gray, and black palette—including picks from sought-after labels like Maison Martin Margiela and Rick Owens—and is displayed on rough-hewn tables and old-fashioned mannequins.

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Eva Gentry Consignment

Launched by the owners of local 
stalwart Eva Gentry (see No. 38), this 
sun-drenched storefront is where 
the neighborhood’s poshest hipster 
ladies unload their pristine, last-season Chanel jackets and never-worn 
Balenciaga pencil skirts.

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Factoriem

Marked by a small 
neon sign and a jumble of oversize 
spools of thread, Factoriem operates 
a bit like a co-op for a handful of 
nascent labels. Exotically patterned, intricately tailored dresses and tops 
from Wakana Koike’s line Mew (she used to design prints for Tsumori Chisato) 
and totes blanketed in silver sequins by 
JF and Son are standouts.

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Legacy

One of those unerringly great boutiques that have been around forever (since 1978!), Legacy debuted in Soho before also arriving on Brooklyn's Atlantic Avenue. Owner Rita Brookoff arranges inspiring new labels next to an impeccably chosen lineup of vintage gowns and jackets (including pieces from marquee names like Lanvin and YSL). The two house collections—made from vintage fabrics—are worth checking out as well.

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Loopy Mango

When Waejong Kim and Anna Pulvermakher set about naming their store, they decided on Loopy Mango, since they both like the fruit and both crochet (and even cowrote a book on the subject). That sort of oddball-yet-straightforward thinking sums up the shop's feel. It's an anything-goes universe where disparate aesthetics collide—fancy Gryphon dresses and hippieish totes, for example—but it's fun, and it works.
From New York City's Dumbo/Fort Greene/Park Slope neighborhood store listing.

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Michele Varian

Though it's technically in busy Soho, the slip of Crosby Street where Michele Varian's eight-year-old store lives is always calm and quiet. Beyond her own range of handworked throw pillows, she stocks an exquisite universe of meticulously chosen home accessories and jewelry. Ornate gold champagne flutes rest alongside jasmine-blossom-adorned rings and elaborately etched glass tumblers, making this one of the best gift resources in the city.

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Stuart & Wright

Launched by two former employees of Steven Alan (see Nolita/SoHo/Tribeca map), this warm, welcoming spot offers a masterful edit of quietly elegant pieces, from Rachel Comey to Vena Cava

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Ten Thousand Things

Open a nondescript door off the Meatpacking District's main drag and a narrow passageway empties into a cavernous and serene expanse of a store, awash with pieces of driftwood and slate gray brick floors. Besides Ten Thousand Things' own achingly gorgeous collection of delicately strung necklaces, the store carries jewelry by designers like Annette Ferdinandsen and Cara Croninger.

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Zoë

The original Zoë, in Princeton, New Jersey, takes up an entire city block, and Dumbo's Zoë is just as ambitious in scope. In keeping with the feel of the neighborhood, it occupies an all-gray, industrial-toned loft; and in keeping with its position as a mini department store, each label gets its own portion of rack, whether it's Gary Graham, Lanvin, or Helmut Lang.

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