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The 7,000-square-foot AllSaints Meatpacking pop-up quickly turned into the British label's second full-time New York store. Located in an old art gallery, the massive loftlike space assumes the brand's signature vintage industrial aesthetic, with 277 antique sewing machines lining the window-paneled garage doors (left open in nice weather) and a huge Indian cashmere loom that separates the extensive men’s and women's collections. These include everything from graphic T-shirts to extravagant ruffled silk gowns. Wrinkled leather jackets, sequined dresses, and asymmetrical knits hang from mounds of vintage sacks, while men's and women's shoes, an array of lace-up army boots, and funky jewelry are displayed on old-fashioned workbenches and looms. In case the store doesn't have a particular size or item in stock, ten iPads with the AllSaints app allow shoppers to find what they need and order it without having to leave the store.
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