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The country’s oldest clothing retailer (it was established more than 190 years ago in Manhattan) continues its heritage of hawking quality, conservative men’s and women’s garb by opening its eighth NYC location. The 3,000-square-foot space features cherry-wood fixtures and serves as an elegant spot for nabbing work-appropriate essentials, such as women’s wool pinstripe pants ($198), men’s unfinished wool-and-mohair trousers ($148) and no-iron striped dress shirts ($78–$99) for both sexes. Guys can suit up for special occasions in wool tuxedo jackets ($848), matching pleat-front trousers ($250) and patent-leather lace-up shoes ($595). The highlight of the accessories selection is the array of classic handbags, including lambskin clutches ($148) and large satchels ($548).