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Design-savvy New Yorkers flock to this lifestyle shop for home goods, fine jewelry, and fashion accessories.

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Rebecca Greenfield
This meatpacking district boutique is one of our favorite destinations for covetable gift items. Husband-and-wife team Roman Luba and Renata Bokalo set up shop in 1999, focusing on colorful linens and scarves and household accessories. They eventually expanded into an adjacent storefront which houses a jewelry collection, featuring pieces from hard-to-find names like Sarah McGuire and Aesa. We're particularly fond of the colorful, feathery-printed Missoni pillows and unusual objets like a sleeping pig sculpture. 803-805 Washington St., 212-229-2292, thisisauto.com

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