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New Shops for the Dog Days

August’s retail arrivals include a venerable boot hawker and a charitable department store.


Aesa + Electric Feathers
Convertible raw-silk dresses and gemstone-studded jewelry collide at this joint boutique (35 Crosby St., nr. Grand St.; 212-837-2648; open now).
See Also: A Look Inside the Boutique

The 150-year-old Long Island boot brand packs upwards of 500 styles of leather shoes and handbags into its first stand-alone store (113 Spring St., nr. Mercer St.; 212-226-3793; opens 8/1).

The Italian lingerie company beloved for its thongs brings a full range of lacy and sheer underthings to its first local store (220 Lafayette St., nr. Broome St.; 212-213-3675; opens 8/1).

Carlos Campos
The young fashion darling showcases his upscale menswear collection, from button-down shirts to suits (75 Orchard St., nr. Broome St.; 212-244-1942; opens 8/9).

The Gap-owned fitness outfitter debuts two locations (216 Columbus Ave., at 70th St.; 212-787-5602; 1517 Third Ave., nr. 86th St.; 212-249-2072; open 8/10 and 8/11).

Treasure & Bond
The Nordstrom-owned home store sells new furniture, art, and décor, and donates profits to local charities (350 Broadway, nr. Grand St.; 646-669-9049; opens 8/15).


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