After a fire consumed her design studio in July 2011, designer Gaby Basora got back on her feet by scouting this 2,000-square-foot space to house a new studio, showroom and storefront for Tucker, her line of ladylike contemporary women’s clothing ($175–$600). The brand’s first NYC location is designed with a large skylight, tin ceilings and antique furniture reupholstered with textiles from Tucker’s past collections. Simple racks display the whimsical yet demure pieces, done in delicate fabrics such as lace and silk. Slip into feather-print three-quarter-sleeve minidresses ($343), or opt for separates such as high-waisted pants ($324) and classic printed blouses ($276–$294). Adventurous fashionistas can test out the pajamas-as-daywear trend with silk button-downs ($357) and matching drop-waist pants ($242).