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In an homage to his Southern, small-town roots, Alabama-based Billy Reid constructed his first New York shop entirely out of reclaimed materials from the South: The ceiling is covered in doors sourced from a Mississippi schoolhouse, and the clothing racks are made from apothecary cabinets rescued from the Mississippi Delta. The two-story space is a far cry from most Manhattan boutiques—the residential-looking shop features a parlor and hospitality area on the lower level, offering made-to-measure suiting by appointment. Reid showcases his signature men’s hand-tailored classics along with woven shirts, selvage denim, handmade shoes and leather accessories. It is also the only place his entire women’s capsule collection is sold. -Rachel LeWinter