Mon-Sat, 11am-7pm; Sun noon-6pm
A, C, E at 14th St.
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Tory Burch opened her second New York outpost in December 2008, bringing her polished-bohemian styles to the meatpacking district. Designed by well-known retail architects Steve O’Neil (Diesel, Catherine Malandrino, Agent Provocateur) and Daniel Romualdez, the 1,600-square-foot space features brushed-stainless-steel walls, deep-purple velvet curtains, and the same bright-green carpeting familiar to regulars of the original Nolita boutique. Leather handbags and studded clutches perch on Lucite shelves, and brass chandeliers hang overhead. Colorful patterned dresses and tunics dominate the racks, along with scalloped tanks and animal-print cardigans. Sandals, pumps, and flip-flops are displayed in square cubbies alongside a sea of the designer’s ubiquitous medallion-embellished ballet flats.