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Retail Action


Victor Glemaud for Earnest Sewn
Tommy Hilfiger’s style director has designed a small range of unisex cashmere pieces for the denim-based line Earnest Sewn; the cardigans feature faux moth holes for that lived-in look. (821 Washington St, nr. Little W. 12th St.; 212-242-3414; Sept.)

+J: Jil Sander for Uniqlo
The German designer’s minimalist sensibility merged with the Japanese chain’s practicality. The result: crisply tailored men’s and women’s clothes, some starting at $20. (546 Broadway, nr. Spring St.; 917-237-8811; Oct.)

Pendleton With Opening Ceremony and Bloomingdale’s
The plaid-centric brand is celebrating 100 years this fall with creative collaborations, including a clothing line with Opening Ceremony and in-store shops with Bloomingdale’s. (Opening Ceremony, 35 Howard St., nr. Canal St.; 212-219-2688. Oct.)

Jimmy Choo for H&M
A hotly anticipated collection of shoes, bags, and clothing said to include some of Choo’s famed stiletto sandals—as well as a men’s collection. (111 Fifth Ave, at 18th St.; 212-539-1741; Nov. 14.)

Pro Keds With Bobbito Garcia
For the 30th anniversary of its classic Royal Flash, Pro Keds got New York sneaker guru Bobbito Garcia to help develop new colors for the style. They’ll be $100 at Goliath RF in September. (175 E. 105th St., nr. Lexington Ave.; 212-360-7683.)

With additional reporting by Aja Mangum, Lauren Murrow, and Doria Santlofer.


Fall Preview 2009



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