Jinny boutique has "been moving into more advanced designer territory," said owner Jin Fillinger. The store's landscape is now studded with craveworthy selections from Martin Margiela, Proenza Schouler, Rick Owens, The Row, Dries Van Noten, Givenchy and Lanvin.

Jinny boutique has "been moving into more advanced designer territory," said owner Jin Fillinger. The store's landscape is now studded with craveworthy selections from Martin Margiela, Proenza Schouler, Rick Owens, The Row, Dries Van Noten, Givenchy and Lanvin.

"I'm very excited," Fillinger said. "The spirit of these designers, the fabrication. Clients have been responding to them well."

The "number one coveted item," she said, is a draped and belted vest by Lanvin that's befitting of fall and winter weather. Its classic and simple styling provokes a second glance and "can't be knocked off," Fillinger added.

As for her favorite, Fillinger adores the PS1 bag, a style by Proenza Schouler that's also favored by Mary-Kate Olsen. The street-smart leather bag is petite but efficient, beautiful but professional. Buy the PS1 in a solid color or a pattern for $1,995.

The resounding tenets of Jinny's new designers are using simply elegant cuts that aren't too trendy, meaning these pieces will work in a wardrobe for a lifetime, and fabrics that make you melt (like the versatile and lovely silk georgette dresses by Rick Owens).

Shoppers will find risks, too, like the crisscross-backed Proenza Schouler dress in a Navajo print the color of sunset with a handkerchief hem, "a detail of note for the season," Fillinger said.

Jinny will carry the fall looks from these designers, including jewelry and shoes. The accessories are exciting in their duality - necklaces that double as brooches, belts that transform into bracelets.

"These are for the woman who truly, truly loves to find unique items but understands the value of something," Fillinger said. "To be able to express that as a woman is powerful."