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A little more than a year after opening their womenswear label’s first-ever store on the Upper East Side, designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez expand with a second location in a historic Soho cast-iron building. The ground floor of the bilevel space features the ready-to-wear collection ($20–$10,000), including boxy jean jackets ($495), embroidered peplum dresses ($2,990) and jacquard miniskirts ($990). Head downstairs to the greenery-lined accessories garden, where you’ll find a collection of clutches ($685–$2,450) done up in rubberized studs, animal-print pony-hair and two-tone textured leather, as well as resin pearl bracelets ($355) and chromatic card cases ($175–$395). Concrete display cubes show off lacquered cross-body carryalls ($1,675), python ballet flats ($595) and front-zip suede booties ($895).