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Cry Wolf

Offering sophisticated streetwear at its best, husband-wife duo Abiri Ward and Nina Wolff hand-select pieces for men and women from up-and-coming designers such as Unruly Heir, Public School, Kazo Minami and Best Behavior. Cry Wolf also has a stylish selection of denim, sneakers and vintage accessories. 111 St Marks Place, New York, NY 10009Tel: 212-995-9653 www.crywolfny.com
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KCDC

KCDC, established in 2001 in North Williamsburg, has received overwhelming support from the local community. Besides their extensive selection of tees, sneakers, and skateboards, KCDC also has an in-house half-pipe, not to mention a gallery space for art openings and video premieres. Hey, when your store is featured in the NYC Yellow Cab videos, you know you’ve made
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Lambs Ear Shoes

This architecturally inspiring space offers fancy footwear for fashion-savvy women. Sleek, modern displays are filled with high heels, flats, sandals and boots that are all forward in design and difficult to find. Brands such as Chie Mihara, Loeffler Randall and Ellen Verbeek, as well as chic handbags and jewelry, make Lambs Ear Shoes an Emerald City treasure. 3516 Fremont Pl
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Merge

Merge offers a sophisticated selection of modern classics and luxury apparel from the best contemporary designers in New York, LA and Europe. Located in Seattle’s cozy neighborhood of Fremont, Merge’s owner, Pat, has created the missing link in Seattle shopping scene. With her impeccable taste, she has crafted a loft-like space that features a strong selection of designers, such
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Normann Copenhagen

While Normann Copenhagen was founded with interiors in mind, their clothing collection has definitely risen to the occasion. Scandinavian brands like Stine Goya, Rutzo and Acne are stocked next to Viktor & Rolf and Costume National. Their in-house label Hollys has become wildly successful with the locals, and so has Danish jewelry designer Line & Jo. Østerbrogade 70, 2100 Copenhagen
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L’Eclaireur: Rue Boissy D’anglas

The newest addition to the L'Eclaireur enterprise is the shop located on rue Boissy D'Anglas, just off the Faubourg Saint Honoré. Like stepping into the imagination of Fornasetti himself, the shop is decked out in the master's art, as well as a series of high-end designers, including labels ranging from Versace to Antonio Berardi and everything in between. To induce
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L’Eclaireur: Marais Homme

With a Diptyque candle outpost in the front of the shop, and a long list of designers including Martin Margiela, Prada Sport, and Giorgio Brato, the Marais Homme boutique is a stone's throw from the women's shop on rue des Rosiers. Parquet floors tinted with linseed oil and blackened metal fixtures create an appropriately masculine environment for the shop's dedicated
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L’Eclaireur: Champs Elysees

This is the original L'Eclaireur shop, opened by Martine and Armand Hadida in early 1980, and therefore the example by which the other boutiques would later follow suit. It is a combination of only the most magnificent and unique pieces, with a collection scouted by the owners themselves the world over. Those retailing in Paris must not miss this truly
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L’Eclaireur: Rue Herold

This is perhaps the most treasure-like of all L'Eclaireur spaces. With no storefront or sign, visitors must buzz a tiny intercom for a true "open sesame effect". The large carriage gates open onto a cavernous and magnificent space, filled with an eclectic mix of lesser known designers and furniture. Be sure to ask about the hidden "cabinet des curiosities," as
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Goodhood

Located in the up-and-coming area of Shoreditch, GoodHood is the lifelong dream of seasoned industry pros. Dedicated to stocking high end street wear, partners Kyle and Jo have dipped into Tokyo, Copenhagen and London's East End to find unique creations from independent lines. Don't be afraid to ditch the high street to experience this bona fide shopping destination. 41 Coronet
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Sick

To call this store alternative would be a huge understatement. From the graffiti-clad exterior to the graciously overstocked interior, Sick is not for the faint hearted. The owner used to design for Boy London, and still carries some of their funky streetwear. However, the main focus at Sick lies in French vintage, with clothing, furniture and bicycles
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What Goes Around Comes Around

This boutique has been supplying its clientele (including many celebrities and the stylists who dress them) with the creme de la creme of vintage clothing since 1993. Hot items span the spectrum from the Victorian era to Vivienne Westwood. Founded by Seth Weisser and Gerard Maione, WGACA sets the standard for the high-end vintage retail experience. 351 West Broadway New York, NY
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Route 66

Route 66, is an Americana clothing shop with "a jaw-dropping range of US vintage clothes, western boots, 501s, Raybans and other primo goods." They also recently launched a self-titled deluxe range of clothing and accessories for men and women, and stock brands such as TUK, Dickies, Lucky 13, Rockmount and Felon. An off-the-beaten-path shop that is not to be
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Dog & Wardrobe

This brand new weekend addition to Broadway Market offers an eclectic selection of goods. Sourced on their travels both home and abroad by owners, V and Jane, the collection of vintage and new apparel changes frequently and shows real thought. the Dog & Wardrobe reflects the vibrant and imaginative vibe of the area. 3B Regents Studios, 8 Andrews Rd, E8, London www.thedogandwardrobe.com
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Acne Studio

From their modest early stages, Acne Studio has developed into a celebrated denim brand that unites innovative styles with a versatile wardrobe for men and women, ranging from basic cotton T-shirts, to tailored jackets and fantastic accessories and shoes. By designing simple, functional clothes Acne Jeans aims to create a modern framework for individuality. Norrmalmstorg 2 111 46 Stockholm, Sweden Telephone: +46 8
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