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Summer Phoenix and Ruby Canner—owners of Lower East Side repurposed-vintage shop Some Odd Rubies—have opened this womenswear boutique with designer Lindsey Thornburg. The gals used to share a design studio, and their new store reflects a similar aesthetic, with antique fixtures, worn-wood floors and found vintage items, including a dental cabinet and a pie-cooling case, used to display goods. A center table holds baubles such as Emily Rothschild USB lockets ($216–$250), Veronica Moore gold-plated, copper elephant-hair bracelets ($99) and Unearthen lapis rings ($220). Thornburg brings her signature toggle capes made from Pendleton blankets ($600) and alpaca-wool-blend cloaks ($950), while Some Odd Rubies contributes reworked vintage goods, including hooded floral dresses ($138), wool trouser shorts ($90) and bustier crop tops ($215).