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Sep 6th, 2016
For those day’s when you want to play hooky from shows or presentations. We have compiled a list so you don’t waste time while in New York for fashion week. Your outfit is not working today and need a quick wardrobe change, but are looking for a niche boutique in the city, with something new from a name you may or may not of heard before. Below are our top five places to check out.
Located on a charming, tree-lined street in the West Village, WANT Les Essentiels’ New York boutique was conceived as a way to restore an intimate, warm and trusted shopping experience within the frenetic retail landscape. Curated by the brand’s co-founders and designers, Byron and Dexter Peart, the space draws guests into a beautiful townhouse, designed to resemble the layout of one’s home. European mid-century furnishings, American minimal art, and eclectic worldly treasures accent the boutique while still highlighting the building’s historic features. Guests are encouraged to discover quintessential WANT Les Essentiels favorites amongst carefully selected essential finds from brands across fashion, home and accessories.
WANT Les Essentiels can be found at 301 West 4th Street, at the corner of Bank Street.
The Larsson & Jennings boutique can be found at 335 Bleecker Street, between 10th and Christopher.
TOMORROWLAND NYC can be found at 476 Broome Street, between Wooster and Greene.
The Han Kjøbenhavn boutique on Prince Street in Nolita has its roots in classic, minimal Danish aesthetics. With the aim of creating a visually spectacular room rather than a classic shop environment, clean white walls have been outfitted with custom wooden fixtures and marble highlights, all handmade by the owners and/or Danish craftworkers. The store houses the brands distinct eyewear collection along with denim, high-end streetwear and accessories, all inspired by the fundamentals of Danish design. Additionally, a curated selection of architecture and design books are available for purchase.
Han Kjøbenhavn can be found at 27 Prince Street, between Mott Street and Elizabeth Street.
Since its creation in 2002, Maison Kitsuné has successfully established itself as a favorite amongst fashion and music insiders. A French fashion Maison with all the tradition that implies, it carefully selects only the most luxurious materials from Japan, Italy and France and redefines classics with illustrious clothing for men and women. The brand’s 1,000 sq foot U.S. flagship store, located in the NoMad Hotel in New York City, evokes the ambience of walking into a Parisian apartment, with its towering steel-framed oval windows illuminating the classic custom made furnishings, silk carpets, polished marble, mosaic tiles and patterned wood flooring. Curated by Maison Kitsuné founders Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, the store includes carefully selected products from brands like WANT Les Essentiels, Monocle, Michel Vivien and Aesop, alongside their own collections.
Maison Kitsuné can be found at 1170 Broadway, at the corner of 28th Street.
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