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In 2007, Alexis Isadora Schoenberg opened her first shop—a well-curated lingerie emporium—in Williamsburg. Schoenberg expands her repertoire to clothing and accessories with this spin-off, which shares a name with and is located just a block away from the original space. You’ll find international designers, including South Korea native Angela Bang and Australian brand Zimmermann, as well as local labels such as Holy Tee and Robert Rodriguez. Clothing is organized by style, with Mara Hoffman embroidered rompers ($225) and Edun print cropped pants ($298) appearing in the colorful bohemian section, while Alternative Apparel draped-back tees ($38) and Kill City skinny jeans ($160) round out the more casual back corner. The rear wall is made up of cube-shaped shelves displaying accessories, including Angel Jackson fringed leather bags ($575) and Licia Florio laceless oxfords ($470). Don’t miss the glass jewelry cases filled with baubles such as Bijules fingertip rings ($269–$290) and Paris House cheeky leather change purses ($78).