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Where to Shop in Tribeca

Vogue Runway director Nicole Phelps shares her favorite neighborhood retail outposts.

“A host of luxury labels, from Burberry to Gucci to Salvatore Ferragamo, has recently made the new Brookfield Place shopping center home.”

There's never been a better time to live and shop in Tribeca. A host of luxury labels, from Burberry to Gucci to Salvatore Ferragamo, have recently made the new Brookfield Place shopping center home. Saks Fifth Avenue, the nearly century-old department store chain, is even setting up shop in Brookfield. The neighborhood is also sprinkled with plenty of smaller, high-end boutiques for men, women, and children that are definitely worth seeking out. Nicole Phelps, director of Vogue Runway (who works out of Condé Nast's headquarters in the area at One World Trade Center), shares her five favorite shops in the neighborhood.

Nili Lotan
"From cargo jackets to cozy ribbed sweaters, nobody does a better basic than Nili Lotan. I like the laid-back vibe of her space, too."

188 Duane Street, New York, 10013
(212) 219-8794;

“I design for the downtown, sophisticated woman with a laid- back attitude, and the neighborhood seemed the perfect fit. ”

— Nili Lotan
“There is always inspiration from nature and pulling from natural elements and this sense of open space and sky and wind. It's an ethos of the brand.”

Steven Alan
"I've been shopping at Steven Alan since his first store opened on Wooster Street in Soho in the '90s. The Tribeca space is big and airy and well stocked. When I need a present, I like to swing by here first."

103 Franklin Street, New York, 10013
(212) 343-0692;

La Garçonne
"I know La Garçonne mostly as a website—I like its mix of labels like Zero + Maria Cornejo, Lemaire, and Acne Studios. The store is like the e-commerce site come to life, a great place to find low-key work clothes."

465 Greenwich Street, New York, 10013
(646) 553-3303;

Rick Owens
"There are few designers as effortlessly, off-handedly cool as Rick Owens. The same goes for his store."

250 Hudson Street, New York, 10013
(212) 627-7222;

Issey Miyake
"With designers all over the map riffing on Issey Miyake's famous pressed pleats for Spring '16, this shop is not to be missed."

119 Hudson Street, New York, 10013
(212) 226-0100;

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