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Nearby Subway Stops
6 at Spring St.; F at Second Ave.
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This small womenswear boutique stocks wool jumpers, silk tunics, and affordable dresses from Asian designers. The space is modern and minimalist, with bare white walls, clusters of opaque paper globes overhead, and a soundtrack of soulful acoustic music playing. Metal racks full of apparel line both sides of the store; those closest to the entrance bear previous seasons' collections for more than 50 percent off. Much of the clothing hails from smaller Korean labels—Mumhia, Phrygia, Famph, and By Jo—featuring loose silhouettes, understated embellishments, and gauzy fabrics. Colder months bring a selection of wool coats, while an influx of silk, cotton, and viscose dresses arrive for spring. Printed, matte, and denim leggings and a range of colorful scarves are on hand to stretch the closet life of the dresses and jumpers from one season into the next.
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