No. 6

Just down the street from Exquisite Costume is Morgan Yakus and Karin Bereson’s home-run of a shop. If you’ve heard of the place, it’s probably because it is known for its offerings from independent contemporary labels like Future Classics or minimalist hippie line Electric Feathers, or because you’ve noticed their eponymous clog boots, which have spawned their own devoted following. But interspersed among the Vibskov and Burfitt are a number of pleasing vintage options — a form-fitting Versace number here, a floaty sundress splashed in exuberant florals there. The jewelry cabinet is the same mix of old and new—patinated estate finds like a remarkably delicate ring watch and a necklace of painted geometric blocks sit alongside new pieces from Arielle de Pinto. The owners have a gift for picking out pieces that are subtly provocative and unusual, but always in good taste.

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