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Call ahead to shop these new showrooms for heritagewear, vintage rugs, and ecolighting.

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Left Field
753 Onderdonk Ave., nr. Woodbine St., Ridgewood; 718-366-7308
Built-to-last men’s basics like military-style bombers ($400) and fifties-inspired sweatshirts ($175), all within a hangout space where you can play vintage pinball machines and drink beer with the owners.


Blackbody Showroom
25 Greene St., nr. Grand St. 212-625-0050
Lamps made with groundbreaking OLED (that is, organic LED) technology—like a fourteen-foot Magic Carpet chandelier ($80,000) or an Anna Bell tabletop bouquet of lights (from $5,000).


Yael Sonia Fine Jewelry
270 Lafayette St., nr. Prince St., Ste. 810; 212-472-6488
São Paulo–based Sonia’s kinetic jewelry, like pendulum-shaped white-gold earrings with gently rocking amethyst stones ($3,800), as well as custom pieces made on-site.


Barbara Campbell NYC
976 Bergen St., nr. Franklin Ave., Crown Heights; 646-391-5356
A hybrid boutique and hair salon for handmade leather clutches (from $78) and metal bracelets ($130) plus bang trims ($20), blowouts (from $60), and weaves (from $250).


Breuckelen Berber
145 Columbia St., nr. Kane St., Cobble Hill; 718-576-3188
One-of-a-kind area rugs from the twenties through the nineties, woven with traditional motifs by North African Berber artisans (price upon request).


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