To that end, the assortment of pricey pre-owned and always-authenticated designer apparel, accessories and footwear are grouped thematically. One section of the 5,000-square-foot men’s store, for example, has been dubbed “future surf,” showcasing bold Hawaiian-print shirts by Valentino and Hermès alongside open-knit Saint Laurent sweaters; another is merchandised with suiting, and another with weekend wear. One section of the women’s store — it’s separated from the men’s by a small outdoor staircase leading to other businesses upstairs — tells a “modern bohemian” story; another area overflows with designer denim. Nearby one rolling rack holds nothing but Chanel tweed jackets; another rack is filled with evening dresses. Both sides of the store have glass jewelry and watch cases filled with brands such as Panerai, Patek Philippe, Tiffany & Co., Chopard and Cartier.