At 1,200 square feet, Annelore’s Tribeca outpost is three times as large as the original West Village shop, meaning designer Juliana Cho can have her atelier under the same roof. (You may even spot Cho’s 87-year-old patternmaker working next to the window.) The boutique has a spare, old New York feel, including dressing room doors salvaged from old Warhol studio. To the right is the atelier, which used to be in the Garment District; all Annelore clothing is made in New York City. Both boutiques carry accessories and jewelry, which Cho tries to source locally. In New York City, Annelore is only sold at the brand’s two boutiques. P.S. It’s pronounced ann-eh-lohr.