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The New York Times store review column leaves Manhattan for the first time in weeks to check out 1 of a Find, a high-end vintage store in Prospect Heights. New Critical Shopper Alexandra Jacobs praises shop owner Honey Moon ("yes, she’s from Northern California") for her ability to pick out pieces that reflect current trends. She also uses the opportunity to get in some digs at the yoga-pants–clad denizens of Park Slope, 1 of a Find's original location: "How could such people be expected to appreciate the joys of a deadstock Halston gown with labels intact?" [NYT]