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Since moving her women’s boutique from Atlanta, GA, to Brooklyn in 2010 proved to be such a success, Sue Monderson decided to open a second location in Park Slope—the neighborhood she grew up in. The store’s name comes from a French term of endearment, and the mod black-and-white space is full of women’s clothing ($25–$400), jewelry ($28–$180) and beauty products ($6–$50) from an eclectic mix of indie designers and small businesses. We love Adorn NYC leather dream-catcher–esque chandelier earrings ($48), Vintage Royalty colorful geometric statement earrings ($25–$35), K-Fleye versatile leather harnesses ($150–$200) and Guerilla Soul one-of-a-kind handbags made from reclaimed denim and leather ($90–$150). Gals with a penchant for punk can grab Madness Is studded or color-blocked leggings ($42) and crop tops printed with the phrase "elegantly insane" ($28), while feminine-leaning ladies will opt for Gwen Beloti’s chic spring dresses ($180–$240). Stock your vanity with Callio all-natural floral and musk fragrances ($20), or bath bombs ($6), candles ($16–$35) and lotions ($12–$30) from Sanctuaire, Monderson’s own line of handmade beauty products.

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Address: 275 Flatbush Ave
New York

Cross street: at St. Marks Ave
Transport: Subway: 2, 3 to Bergen St (Flatbush Ave); B, Q to Seventh Ave (Flatbush Ave)
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Opening hours: Mon, Sun noon–5pm; Tue–Sat noon–8pm
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