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Welcome back to What's In Store, a Racked feature where we fill you in on what's in stock at the city's best stores right this second.

Photos by Driely S. for Racked

Williamsburg's main stretch is in the midst of a retail boom, yes, but it's been of the mega-chain variety (J. Crew! Madewell! Urban Outfitters!) with one notable exception—Concrete + Water. The light-filled boutique, opened two weeks ago by couple Hannah Dilworth and J.D. Gluckstern (she's a stylist, he's a DJ), is the perfect McCarren Park bookend to the neighborhood's other indie, multi-brand giants—Bird (on Grand Street) and Swords-Smith (on South Fourth).

Like its predecessors, Concrete + Water carries men's and women's clothing and accessories from a mix of contemporary brands (Samantha Pleet, Lizzie Fortunato, Sea, Nanushka, Etre Cecile), but there's a special focus on Australian labels (Hannah and JD lived down under for a few years) and locally-made home goods.

Below, we've rounded up the best of Concrete + Water's fall arrivals, including camel coats, plaid dresses, sake sets, and cross-body bags.

· Concrete + Water [Official Site]
· What's In Store [Racked NY]