This luxe boutique of birch wood and purple velvet, whose name combines the proprietor/designer’s initials and part of the French verb for ‘to knit,’ showcases an exquisite collection of hand-knit and -crocheted couture garments by Malvina Guretsky. ‘The look is a timeless and feminine one featuring classic silhouettes and luxurious materials,’ says the self-taught designer, a former globe trotting Wall Streeter whose work Martha Stewart has lauded on her TV show. Her line of impeccably-detailed frocks, separates, outerwear, and shawls is fashioned from such fine natural fabrics and fibers as hand-dyed Japanese silk, Mongolian and Italian cashmere, hand-spun Mongolian camel fiber, hand-crafted Murano glass beads, and hand-sequined American yarns. Also offered are oversized throws and customizable baby blankets, both of cashmere, and, for the well-heeled petite stylista, a young girls collection that includes cashmere cardigans. Want a different color, fabric, or sleeve? Custom orders, which take about two months, are encouraged.