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Veteran antique connoisseurs and vintage collectors Sebastian and Colleen Vianova relocate their year-old Clinton Hill shop to a more intimate space just three doors down. The duo stocks women’s clothes ($25–$300), accessories ($25–$1,000) and housewares ($25–$400), combining locally made duds with vintage and antique treasures. The 650-square-foot space boasts crown moldings, glass doorknobs and built-in cabinets for displaying Tallawa halter tops ($65), Spirito gradient skirts ($40) and Tandava Brooklyn-made 3-D–printed bracelets ($20). One-of-a-kind picks include a ’70s Gunne Sax lacy dress ($85), a fully functional Audio Plus 1960s record player ($55) and a ’70s Fred Perlberg wide-leg jumper ($280). Finish your throwback look with 1840s Biedermeier floral brooches ($254) and mid-1800s Italian hairpins ($135).
711 Myrtle Ave
|Cross street:||between Spencer and Wallworth Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: G to Myrtle–Willoughby Aves|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Wed, Fri–Sun by appointment; Thu 5–10pm|
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