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Knitwear designer Christina Lehr’s collection of basics could previously be found only in specialty boutiques like Steven Alan and Calypso, but it now shines in the brand’s first stand-alone shop. Lehr’s Danish background is reflected in the space’s Scandinavian-inspired interior of clean white walls and round tulip tables by Finnish furniture designer Eero Saarinen. The knitwear is all made in Belgium, and the spring pieces come in three styles: solid colors ($75–$150), stripes ($90–$180) and tie-dyes ($120–$190). Some of our favorites include tie-dyed A-line dresses ($169), thinly striped tanks ($96) and cotton capri pants ($119). Complete your look with a globally sourced accessory, such as rain boots by Japanese brand Saikai Toki ($139).