Shopping this vintage midcentury modern boutique is like stepping onto the set of Mad Men, a time capsule of clean-lined, hepcat pieces from the ’50s and ’60s. Owner Chris Thurman has an eye for editing. He populates his tiny shop with original furnishings by midcentury masters such as Nelson, Saarinen, and Eames. No reproductions here. Alas, authenticity doesn’t come cheap. Good luck scoring a significant piece for less than $3,000. Still, if money is no object and you’re craving a Dunbar white leather tete-à-tete to fulfill your Don Draper fantasy, down a martini and get your AmEx Black. Thurman is the man.