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Best of New York 2014 • Shopping

Best Secondhand Clothes

  • People of 2Morrow

    65 Franklin St., nr. Calyer St., Greenpoint; 718-383-4402

    Some vintage stores make you work for your finds, ­rifling through bins of tatty rags. And the ones that do the sifting themselves charge you for it. This store is neither. Opened in November by a hip husband-and-wife team (he a co-­owner of Williamsburg Afro-Brazilian nightclub Bembe; she a florist), People of 2Morrow is as tightly ­edited as a Chelsea gallery. Over here, a rack hung thoughtfully with glammy American Hustle furs ($58 to $138) and a weather-beaten women’s motorcycle jacket ($88). Over there, mixed in with the secondhand, are new home items like tribal-print tea towels ($36 for four). And, oh, look—a dynamite kids’ section packed with wee pre-loved kimonos ($48), ponchos and Kenzo jumpers (both $38), and a smattering of new toys to boot.

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