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In early October, small-batch menswear brand Descendant of Thieves will open in Greenwich Village (203 Bleecker St.).

Made in New York: Clothing manufactured in the Garment District, like speckled wool trousers ($275) and a firefly-print button-up ($295).

Wall of cabinets: Each month, for a fee, the store’s “members” will receive a hand-curated assortment of clothing that will be delivered to their private

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