Yes, this joint’s name is pronounced “nipple” but you won’t find any mammaries on display here. Happily, Nypull is still a titillating experience, mixing well-preserved vintage clothes with freshly minted ones by up-and-coming lines like Mike & Chris, Iodice and Obey. A bright orange decal boasting the names of the 150 young designers this shop carries entices customers toward racks crammed with pieces by brands such as Iro, Mandrake and Beta Unit. Some exclusive lines available only here include rosewood-and-sterling and agate jewelry from U.K. line the Branch ($100–$150) and Jon Josef needlepoint loafers ($138) from Spain. While items such as the Iro grommetted pocket tank ($138) and Brave Beltworks studded skinny black belt ($108) require a definite splurge, you can still wrap yourself in one of the unisex silk-and-cashmere scarves ($60) off of the spool table near the front of the store for an affordable and stylish transition piece.