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L at Graham Ave.
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Orange Marmalade founder Yra Lacroix is both a vintage collector and clothing designer, and both passions are prominent in her tiny Williamsburg shop. The artsy space is lit by a mixture of new and antique chandeliers, and meticulously-chosen vintage portraits cover the white walls. Lacroix’s own Orange Marmalade label features velvet dresses and T-shirts with different ties, prints, and textures. The in-store collection mingles with other contemporary and dated styles on a single rack, with a focus on apparel from the forties and fifties, and pairs of secondhand women’s shoes line the floor. The rest of the store is full of new and old home décor, such as antique lamps and mirrors, exquisitely detailed knickknacks, and a large collection of vintage perfume bottles. Vintage casserole dishes, antique breadboxes, and tea towels screen-printed with kitschy-cool images like old bicycles are displayed on crowded tables, and a glittering selection of vintage and locally made jewelry is interspersed throughout.