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Taking over ReForm School's former digs, NYC's Zachary's Smile just set up shop a week ago in the A-frame space, now awash in white with an olive-hued back wall. The shop carries a mix of vintage accessories and the boutique's in-house labels, created primarily with vintage fabrics with some exceptions; for instance, currently in-store, there's a rack full of African print dresses, new fabric which was brought back after a trip to the continent.
Here, tops run from $50-$60 (and might be familiar as they wholesale at Barneys and Anthropologie) and dresses are around $250. Along with the African print dresses, we also quite liked a number of color-block dresses in combinations of brights and neutrals. In fact, right now many of the dresses are on sale for $148 from $248. This is the third Zachary's Smile shop, with two in NYC. [RackedWire]