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Cozbi

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Photograph: Lauren Foy

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Cozbi

Park Slope
The store’s namesake, Cozbi A. Cabrera, ditched her career in music packaging at Atlantic Records to focus on the production of her vintage-inspired dolls (or muñecas), which have garnered a huge following and even appeared on Oprah. Cabrera has since branched out into producing handmade women’s clothing and decided to relocate from the Carroll Gardens boutique that she opened in 2004 to a shop along Park Slope’s bustling Fifth Avenue strip. Cabrera’s muñecas are now made-to-order only, but you can still find her well-tailored collection at her new digs, which is decorated with carefully curated antiques and muted walls. The line is full of workplace-appropriate staples with a twist, including metallic striped button-up shirts ($150) and pebbled silk skirts ($357). There are plenty of casual options, such as trouser jeans ($165) and floral-embroidered mesh tees ($65). An antique pharmaceutical case in the front holds jewelry options like braided mixed-metal necklaces by Japanese brand Akiko ($205).
Venue name: Cozbi
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Address: 351 Fifth Ave
New York

Cross street: between 4th and 5th Sts
Opening hours: Tue–Sat 11am–8pm, Sun noon–5pm
Transport: Subway: F, G, R to Fourth Ave–9th St
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