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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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Albertine

It's nearly impossible to step into any of Kyung Lee's shops (the three are all in a row) on any given weekend without encountering at least one Lucky editor. That's because Lee is constantly taking risks on emerging labels—all with a romantic air—and she's almost always on hand to ensure that everything fits beautifully. Her two most recently opened projects, Albertine Workshop and Albertine General, provide custom reworked vintage dresses and curiosity-shop-like home goods, respectively.

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Aloha Rag

This Honolulu-based operation is probably most known for its website, which is one of the best resources in the world for highly stylish items from designers both luxe (Lanvin, Chloé) and kooky-cool (Hysteric Glamour). What many don't realize is that there's also an all-white, sun-drenched emporium in the far West Village.

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Albertine

When the subject of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, shopping comes up, any neighborhood resident will, without fail, mention Alter. Its two outposts—one for girls and one for guys—face each other across Franklin Street, with loads of on-trend picks for under $100. At the women's store, look for Cheap Monday denim, Preloved dresses, and slip-ons 
by Melissa.

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Assembly New York

Greg Armas, part of the duo that pioneered the fashion-forward store Scout in Los Angeles, moved to New York in 2008 to launch this quietly hip boutique. As the name suggests, the darkly lit, time-worn space takes its cue from pieces that feel like vintage factory wear. Slouchy Endovanera T-shirts, necklaces strung with antique Indian coins, and cocoon tops by Raquel Allegra are all in the mix.

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Auto

One of the first retailers to move to the now bustling Meatpacking District, this two-storefront home accessories, jewelry, and gift shop is beloved for its ability to root out strong, small labels. You’ll see John Robshaw batiked bedding and ’60s-ish, rainbow-hued I. Ronni Kappos necklaces.

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Beyond 7

In a smart move, Showroom Seven (one of NYC's most established fashion agencies) decided to use the vacant space below its offices as a store. It’s decorated with relics from runway shows (like a yarn deer head that a model wore on the Benjamin Cho runway in 2008), and its suspended racks hold a deep selection from the designers the agency represents, including Elise Øverland, Erickson Beamon, and Issa London.

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Castor & Pollux

Named for the Gemini twins, this shop has been serving up effortlessly elegant pieces for nearly a decade. It occupies a sleepy, slightly off-the-beaten-path corner of the West Village, which means that perusing the racks for picks from Acne and United Bamboo is a gloriously stress-free affair.

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Chelsea Girl Couture

Loved by celebs, Chelsea Girl is a great resource for offbeat vintage clothing; expect garments from heavy hitters like Yves Saint Laurent and Gucci sprinkled into the mix.

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Council

Launched Valentine's Day 2009, this airy collective stocks impeccable vintage furniture sourced in the Deep South by Genie Lee, plus Miranda Bennett's hand-dyed silk dresses and tops, and necklaces strung with flecks of laser-cut balsa wood from Pamela Johnston’s label, Plume.

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