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Best of New York 2011 • Shopping

The United Nations of Soho

International shoppers have already conquered our outdoor mall. Now their stores are arriving, too


Map by Jason Lee  

  • 1. France

  • Isabel Marant

    469 Broome St., at Greene St. 212-219-2284

    Marant’s boutique feels like a romantic clothing museum filled with artfully arranged floral dresses, baggy jackets, and silk vests.

  • 2. The Netherlands

  • Scotch & Soda

    273 Lafayette St., at Prince St. 212-966-3300

    Despite its “Amsterdam couture” tagline, the label’s collegiate-style casualwear is more Abercrombie than Armani.


  • 3. England

  • AllSaints

    512 Broadway, nr. Spring St. 646-862-1832

    At this British fashion behemoth, the décor is flea-market-inspired and the clothes are steampunk-chic.

  • 4. Canada

  • Mackage

    123 Mercer St., nr. Prince St. 212-925-1455

    The Montreal outerwear brand’s U.S. debut plays up its new women’s clothing line of riding pants and jazzy dresses.


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