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As record-high temperatures sweep across state lines, we’re beginning to long for no-fuss fashion.
When Aaron Black became tired of seeing the same suit silhouettes at many major design houses, he decided to set up shop and do things his own way.
Arik and Laurent Bitton, the brothers behind the rock-chic French label IRO, opened their first U.S. storefront on Broome Street, a location handpicked for its proximately to other French labels like Surface to Air.
Striking silhouettes made of artfully tailored silk and thick wool crepe line the gallerylike space of Amelia Toro’s Chelsea boutique.
From far away, Cullen Meyer’s scarf seems like a mishmash of color, but look a little closer and you'll be greeted by a parade of dancing animals on this whimsically polished piece.
This narrow shop on West Broadway serves as a multifunctional space for art openings and installations, but it’s also a boutique selling double-stitch men’s shirts and custom suits made from Holland & Sherry fabrics.
It's no coincidence that this frock bears a striking resemblance to Kate Middleton's famous sapphire-blue engagement dress. This jersey dress is part of the limited-edition Banana Republic Issa London Collection, which re-creates items from one of K-Mid's favorite British brands at a more affordable price.