Kirna Zabête

Kirna Zabête

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96 Greene St., New York, NY 10012, United States

This narrow, gallerylike women's clothing store (think long expanses of white walls installed with reverently displayed handbags) is run by Beth Buccini and Sarah Easley, two former sorority sisters with impeccable taste. They handpick outfits from serious designers like Derek Lam, Peter Som, and Thakoon, along with all the other necessaries that fill the bold boutique: jewelry, shoes, bathing suits, and candy. An instant fashion industry favorite when it first opened in 1999, it has remained a must-shop spot, with a cheery and mod vibe, red-painted stair railings, and a helpful staff.

Tip: Bored boyfriends and husbands can use computers with free Internet access, while baby gifts and pet toys will amuse boisterous children and restless miniature poodles.

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