This chichi British brand made its New York debut in Soho in 1998. More than a decade later, the quirky English designer label has expanded into a second spacious Manhattan location, in the Meatpacking District. Unlike the lavish-looking Soho shop, this latest retail endeavor incorporates modern architecture, antique accents like fine bone china, and exposed-brick walls with a muted color palette to reflect an industrial aesthetic. The store features playful clothes and accessories for fashion-conscious men and women, as well as one-of-a-kind specialty items, including silk-lined, limited-edition men’s jackets ($895) and leather bags and wallets ($80–$470), all unique to this location. For classic looks with a creative twist, check out floral-printed tunics ($235), zipper-trimmed dresses ($225), men’s round-toe leather boots ($210) and guys’ ribbed chunky cardigans ($165).