Mon-Sat, 11am-8pm; Sun, noon-7pm
G at Greenpoint Ave.
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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 2013 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.