Ten years after opening her New York flagship in the Meatpacking District, designer Stella McCartney relocates to a more expansive Soho storefront. The 5,200-square-foot space houses McCartney’s women’s eco-friendly ready-to-wear ($300–$5,000) and Adidas ($50–$400) collections, as well as her accessories ($200–$1,600), shoes ($300–$1,200), lingerie ($50–$340) and children’s ($25–$200) lines. Brass fixtures—a common motif throughout the two-story boutique—connect and extend into sculptural rail units, which display slim-cut dresses ($400–$5,000) and work-appropriate pants ($525–$1,885). Ledge shelving showcases sunglasses ($200–$300) largely made from sustainable and raw materials such as castor-oil seeds and citric acid, and the popular chain-detailed Falabella handbag line, including luxe iPad cases ($415) and statement-making faux-python carryalls ($1,545). On the lower level, parents can spoil their Mini-Mes with girls’ striped long-sleeved dresses with exaggerated shoulders ($92) and boys’ striped onesies featuring smiling-citrus designs ($59).