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Brooklyn vintage lovers will rejoice after they hear that New Yorker Molly Spaulding has opened a Kings County location of her popular Lower East Side shop. Spaulding painted the floor, which depicts various moon phases, herself. The first level displays current-season clothing, while off-season and specialty apparel resides in the basement (viewed by appointment only). You’ll find eclectic dresses ($68–$550), tops ($48–$250), bottoms ($68–$325) and jewelry ($48–$325) that hail from all over Europe and the U.S., and span more than 100 years of fashion. Ladies looking for unique pieces should check out ’80s patterned jumpsuits ($145), Moroccan striped shirts ($225) and South American embroidered caftans ($225). Jewelry such as silver cutout bracelets ($145) and Native American necklaces ($250) is worth a second look. Stop by on Sundays from 2 to 6pm for live music in the garden by Canadian singer Pete Drungle.