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Fall Preview 2014: Stores

Also Opening
By Lauren Schwartzberg and Nina Stoller-Lindsey

Fillmore & 5th
(Nov.) 398 Broome St.
Score a new-with-tags Zac Posen shift dress ($475) or a Saint Laurent leather shopper tote ($1,600, still in stores for twice the price) at this sleek consignment shop, a San Francisco transplant.

Neiman ­Marcus Last Call
(Nov.) 210 Joralemon St., Brooklyn Heights; 718-858-6924
Thanks to the Municipal Building’s newly allotted retail space, the famed Neiman Marcus clearance center is now a lot closer than Woodbury Commons.

(Sept.) 972 Fifth Ave.; 212-650-0070
Under a starry painted ceiling, this French-embassy-run shop in the Payne Whitney mansion stocks French-language books, from Paul Lafargue’s The Right to Be Lazy ($3.50) to a rare Descartes hardback ($4,011).

JC Penney
(Late Aug.) 360 Gateway Dr., East New York; 718-235-3818
Brooklyn’s premier JC Penney, in the newly expanded Gateway Center, is EPA-certified, using roughly 45 percent less energy than its city counterparts.

Concrete + Water
(Sept.) 485 Driggs Ave., Williamsburg
Stylist Hannah Dilworth and DJ JD Gluckstern’s store-hangout (backyard included) has local wares like hand-woven Aelfie rugs (from $229) and copper Samma necklaces (from $150).

(Oct.) 226 Grand St., Williamsburg; 718-389-6983
Queens-born, Peru-made line Bolivares—all-knit-everything for men, from cardigans ($229) to sweater shorts ($259)—is the focus of this beachy debut storefront.

Philipp Plein
(Sept.) 625 Madison Ave.; 212-644-3304
Pass a giant Swarovski skull to reach this German designer’s gothic looks for both sexes, like leather-slashed biker jeans and skull-embroidered duffels, priced in the thousands.

Roland Mouret
(Oct.) 952 Madison Ave.
The French designer’s first U.S. store opens with his color-blocked Resort 2015 line, plus select signatures from past collections like the va-va-voom Titanium sheath dress worn by Jennifer Aniston ($2,575).

Ramy Brook
(Sept.) 22 Prince St.; 212-775-0690
Local designer Ramy Sharp—who’s mastered the art of the drape with plunging silk blouses ($225) and one-shoulder jumpsuits ($445)—expands beyond the high-end department store.

Catbird Wedding Annex
(Sept.) 540 Driggs Ave., Williamsburg; 718-599-3457
The delicate-jewelry purveyor has dedicated a space to its antiquey solitaires and wedding bands (from $270), including custom options.

Rivington Guitars Unplugged
(Sept.) 67 E. 4th St.; 212-505-5313
All the electric guitars were crowding the vintage Martins at Howie Statland’s standby shop; he’s designated this closet-size annex for the acoustics.

Rent the ­Runway
(Sept.) 16 W. 18th St.; 212-325-5917
The e-pioneer of loaner fashion finally has a storefront, where 850 designer cocktail dresses and gowns are available for four-night rentals ($30 to $475). Walk in or book an advance appointment with a stylist.

(Nov.) 106 N. 6th St., Williamsburg
This Swiss start-up makes arty smart watches (from $170) with classic crystal screens and leather straps but also Bluetooth connectivity, so they sync with your phone.

Rebecca Minkoff
(Nov.) 96 Greene St.; 212-677-7883
Minkoff has spent a decade breaking into “It”-bag territory, with studded totes and chain-strap mini-bags (from $195). Her first storefront includes her clothing line, too.