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Shop Where Your Grandparents Shopped - Literally - At These Ten NYC Stores; Leonard Opticians is Making Moves

New York's Cartier, still going strong on 5th Ave, via RackedNY
New York's Cartier, still going strong on 5th Ave, via RackedNY

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Today we're bringing you our weekly retail updates from Racked's newest cities: DC, Philadelphia, and San Francisco courtesy of our Curbed sister sites. Excited? We sure are. And now, as usual, here's your end-of-the-day report on the fashion happenings in Racked cities around the country:

NEW YORK—Here are ten New York stores that (a) haven't moved a muscle block for 75 years and (b) have helped make NYC the international shopping mecca that it is.

LOS ANGELES—New York's poor-visioned celebrity magnet Leonard Opticians is opening a store in LA. Beside the usual frames and lenses, the store will be stocked with amps and guitars. Because waiting room air guitar can only pass so much time.

CHICAGO—Legendary Chicago retailer Ikram Goldman guest edited Target's style blog and all she got with this party.

PHILLY—Here are the best apparel and jewelry booths to hit up amidst 2nd Street Festival's seven blocks of general festivities.

DC—New stores keep popping up in DC, from SuitSupply to a new Goodwill to, yes, another J Crew.

SAN FRANCISCO—Find out where to try your millinery skills out, drink free beer, and/or make something (anything!) out of fabric for free.