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New York is nothing if not a city full of options, which can be both a blessing and a curse when trying to sort a neighborhood's best of the best. Take the guesswork out of choosing which shopping destinations are worth your time (and money!) with our guide of the 10 places to visit in Tribeca.

Photo: Ten Thousand Things by Lauren Damaskinos for Racked

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La Garçonne

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This airy shop that's the IRL embodiment of one of the Internet's best shopping destinations has a serene, "loftlike" vibe that's only topped by the cutting-edge designers like Marni, A.P.C., and Jil Sander that are always in stock.
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Thom Browne

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We'll cut to the chase here: This store is expensive, but worth stopping in at the very least just to see Browne's usage of mid-century furniture, vintage mirrors, and a librarian-style desk that are upstaged only by the dapper designs on the racks.
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Patron of the New

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A center for designers who champion the avant-garde — think Hussein Chalayan, Mugler, Undercover, and Siki Im — Patron of the New might be slightly intimidating to outsiders, but don't let that stop you from checking out this indie gem and becoming one of its insiders.

Matt Bernson

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This local designer's shop has a healthy selection of cone-heeled booties for spring days among its offerings for both men and women.

Ten Thousand Things

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For more than two decades, the jewelers who once made a bracelet out of teeth for Susan Sarandon have been a favorite among artsy sophisticates and women looking for something unique.
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Best Made Company

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At first glance, Best Made Co. — purveyors of axes and other woodsmen-haute-craft goods — appears to be out of place in this fancy 'hood, but its selection of high-quality, American-made goods trumps its questionable location.

Haus Alkire

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Julie and Jason Alkire are Tribeca residents who sell their New York-made garments in an open space that resembles an art museum. It's fitting, considering that the brand focuses on architectural and graphic styles.

Gloria Jewel

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Megan Leary's fourth store — her first outpost in the city — offers women's contemporary designers at varying price points. It gets bonus points for being situated between Drybar and Starbucks, two places that specialize in getting customers in and out the door quickly, should you have a few extra moments to spare.
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Edon Manor

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A fashion-forward accessories shop that specializes in carrying international designers, Edon Manor has a beautiful selection of shoes, bags, and sunglasses in a venue that's just as breathtaking.

Nili Lotan

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This women's boutique speaks to those who favor a minimalist and effortless yet versatile aesthetic, offering staples for both work and evening. Expect a mix of LBDs, cashmere sweaters, and gauzy button-downs.

La Garçonne

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This airy shop that's the IRL embodiment of one of the Internet's best shopping destinations has a serene, "loftlike" vibe that's only topped by the cutting-edge designers like Marni, A.P.C., and Jil Sander that are always in stock.
via

Thom Browne

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We'll cut to the chase here: This store is expensive, but worth stopping in at the very least just to see Browne's usage of mid-century furniture, vintage mirrors, and a librarian-style desk that are upstaged only by the dapper designs on the racks.
via

Patron of the New

A center for designers who champion the avant-garde — think Hussein Chalayan, Mugler, Undercover, and Siki Im — Patron of the New might be slightly intimidating to outsiders, but don't let that stop you from checking out this indie gem and becoming one of its insiders.

Matt Bernson

This local designer's shop has a healthy selection of cone-heeled booties for spring days among its offerings for both men and women.

Ten Thousand Things

Lauren Damaskinos for Racked
For more than two decades, the jewelers who once made a bracelet out of teeth for Susan Sarandon have been a favorite among artsy sophisticates and women looking for something unique.
Lauren Damaskinos for Racked

Best Made Company

At first glance, Best Made Co. — purveyors of axes and other woodsmen-haute-craft goods — appears to be out of place in this fancy 'hood, but its selection of high-quality, American-made goods trumps its questionable location.

Haus Alkire

Julie and Jason Alkire are Tribeca residents who sell their New York-made garments in an open space that resembles an art museum. It's fitting, considering that the brand focuses on architectural and graphic styles.

Gloria Jewel

Via
Megan Leary's fourth store — her first outpost in the city — offers women's contemporary designers at varying price points. It gets bonus points for being situated between Drybar and Starbucks, two places that specialize in getting customers in and out the door quickly, should you have a few extra moments to spare.
Via

Edon Manor

A fashion-forward accessories shop that specializes in carrying international designers, Edon Manor has a beautiful selection of shoes, bags, and sunglasses in a venue that's just as breathtaking.

Nili Lotan

This women's boutique speaks to those who favor a minimalist and effortless yet versatile aesthetic, offering staples for both work and evening. Expect a mix of LBDs, cashmere sweaters, and gauzy button-downs.