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Upon graduation from FIT in 1981, designer Lisa Perry launched her line of retro women’s threads inspired by her massive personal collection of ’60s and ’70s pieces. After running her boutique in the same space for three years, Perry closed up shop for three months in preparation for a move just a few blocks up from the original spot. Ultrabright pieces, such as color-blocked minidresses ($795–$1,295) and shifts printed with "love" along the hem ($1,295), pop against stark white walls and shelving. You can also find the brand’s cheerful accessories—our favorites are candy-colored duffel bags ($295) and fruit-shaped coin purses ($25). Highlights from her mod home collection include rainbow place mats ($25 each) and matching coasters ($10 each).