No. 6

Morgan Yakus used to sell vintage clothing at London's Portobello Road flea market before she and stylist Karin Bereson decided to open their own shop. Occupying a former firearms store, this living-room-like space offers a trove of hand-selected '70s and '80s pieces, along with a house collection of bohemian dresses (which often sells out at Barneys Co-op) and other small labels, like Stine Goya and Anntian. 6 Centre Market Pl. Little Italy 212-226-5759, no6store.com

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