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New York designer Juliana Cho has opened a Tribeca boutique that’s triple the size of her original West Village spot. The 1,200-square-foot space is large enough to house both a store and an atelier for her feminine designs. The vintage vibe of the designer’s workshop contrasts with the clean and simple aesthetic of the retail side, which features wooden fitting-room doors that were once in Andy Warhol’s studio. Get a two-for-one jacket with a reversible belted trench coat ($750) or go sporty-chic with a hooded silk frock ($595). There are also perfect-for-work threads, such as printed peplum skirts ($350), and racy, night-on-the-town open-back dresses ($568). Conserve your cash by picking up more wallet-friendly offerings, including Cho’s signature scented candles in silver mercury-glass canisters ($32) and Sweet Bella hand-painted Venetian pouches ($80).