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March 9, 2015
Best Cashmere Sweaters

The sweaters are knit the old-fashioned way—at a Scottish mill that’s more than two centuries old—but there’s nothing fusty about Brora.

March 9, 2015
Best Café-Shop

Bed-Stuy native Kai Avent-deLeon’s first boutique, Sincerely, Tommy, has become a magnet for neighborhood creative types.

March 9, 2015
Best Culty Man Clothes

In a tin-ceilinged Williamsburg space the year-old Idol feels a bit like a cross between Opening Ceremony and ’80s avant-garde temple Charivari.

March 9, 2015
Best Man Clothes

Lavori’s first North American outpost, WP Store, is a hit among the neighborhood’s “cool dads.”

March 9, 2015
Best Women’s Non-Basics

Whether you’re a sweatshirt- head Japanese tourist or a RISD-­educated West Village mom, In Support Of co-owners Tanya Sheikh and Ivan Gilkes have a blue-fur tee ($920 by Aza Ziegler), reversible bomber ($895 by Nikki Chasin), or neoprene short-shorts ($348 by Steven Tai) for you.

March 9, 2015
Best Women’s Basics

Pookie and Louisa Burch’s collegiate line is built around signature pieces meant to be worn as one’s own, well, trademark.

March 9, 2015
Best Unisex Suits

Tailor Rachel Tutera, who along with Bindle & Keepy owner Daniel Friedman recently suited Jessica Williams for 'The Daily Show,' specializes in gender-neutral custom wool suits (from $795) with three cuts: feminine, masculine, and androgynous.

March 9, 2015
Time Your Ride

Zipcar alternatives by the day, hour, or minute.

March 9, 2015
Best Dog Trainer

Since launching his Metro Dog Training classes in 2013, Twahlee Rollins (“the dog king of Williamsburg,” as the owner of an aggressive beagle-Chihuahua mix crowned him) has disciplined hyper pit bulls and lunging Shiba Inus on house calls from Brooklyn to the Bronx (from $100 per hour).

March 9, 2015
Best Casino School

“Serial entrepreneur” Wendy Rubin opened New York’s first licensed casino school, Big Deal Casino Academy, in January in anticipation of three massive casinos set to land upstate next year.

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