New York Shopping Guide

The City's Best Vintage

Screaming Mimi's

For nearly 30 years, this outstanding vintage resource has offered well-preserved garments from a range of decades; the space itself has a mod, futuristic look.
382 Lafayette St. (between Great Jones and E. Fourth Sts.), 212-677-6464, screamingmimis.com for more information

Products: Denim, Women's Clothing, Shoes, Bags, Jewelry
Type of Store: Boutique

Portia & Manny

After boutiques Valley and Sweet Tater shuttered in early 2009, the respective owners teamed up to open this new endeavor: There are a host of spa offerings, along with several racks of expertly selected vintage clothing, including floral-printed '70s tops and Dior gowns. 198 Elizabeth St. NOLITA 212-219-6400

Amarcord

Owned by a pair of Italian natives, the newest outpost of this popular NYC vintage chainlet is a slick edge-of-SoHo space full of pieces from big-in-the-'80s names: Martine Sitbon, Katharine Hamnett, Guy Laroche.
252 Lafayette St. (between Prince and Spring Sts.), 212-431-4161, amarcordvintagefashion.com

Foley + Corinna

Decorated with Japanese murals and Persian rugs, this shop has an opulent, exotic feel. It features goods by designers Dana Foley and Anna Corinna; Foley is known for her pretty, feminine clothing, and Corinna is beloved for her hardware-free leather bags.
114 Stanton St. (between Ludlow and Essex Sts.), 212-529-2338

Products: Women's Clothing, Bags
Type of Store: Boutique

Circa Now

East Village locals head here for well-organized, pristine vintage pieces from the 1950s through '80s. 238 E. Sixth St. (between Second and Third Aves.), 212-254-2555, circanownyc.com

Products: Denim, Vintage, Women's Clothing, Shoes, Bags, Jewelry
Type of Store: Boutique
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