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Best Consignment Clothing

  • Trunk Show Designer Consignment

    275–277 W. 113th St., at Frederick Douglass Blvd.; 212-662-0009

    Consignment shops are refreshingly well kept these days (see the clutter-free racks at newcomers Colette, on the Upper East Side, and the Village’s Diamonds and Cole). But Heather Jones’s sleek, 500-square-foot store is exceptionally navigable thanks to her hands-on service. The trendy, like-new men’s and women’s selection is grouped by color and often marked with original retail values, revealing that a now-$600 mink-hemmed Prada cocktail dress used to cost $3,000, for instance, or that a runway Tommy Hilfiger leather military jacket was dropped from $2,000 to $300. And if you’re in the market for, say, a size 39 pair of YSL Tribute pumps, just ask: Jones is happy to call her consignors to help you find a match.

From the 2013 Best of New York issue of New York Magazine

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