2, 3, 4, 5 at Franklin Ave.; S at Park Pl.
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Trinidad-born designer Kevin Phillip founded this streetwear outfitter in 2008 as a home turf for his original line of T-shirts, polos, and hoodies, Krow Hill. (The name comes from Crow Hill, the original moniker for Crown Heights, before 1900). The walls in the clublike space are decked with paintings of Tupac, and colorful murals by Metro, a neighborhood artist. Racks of tees are suspended from the ceiling on wires and hip-hop tracks bump through overhead speakers. The stock includes an assortment of plaid button-downs and embellished jeans—plus kicks from Nike's SB line—but the main attraction is the T-shirts. Phillip's own graphic tees are mixed in with shirts from local and international streetwear brands, like elaborate metallic illustrations by Kallusive, artistic screen prints from Thriving Ink, and slogan shirts from Chilly-O. Women can browse a small selection of tees by Local Celebrity and New York–centric carved wooden rings from GoodWood.