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From the style-savvy duo behind Odin and Pas de Deux, this adjoining 350-square-foot concept shop is a perennial pop-up, displaying the collection of a single designer for one to two months at a time. Launched in 2007, the space is meant to showcase full collections that are typically pared down in New York boutiques. The interior is sparsely decorated, with bare white walls and dark wood floors, taking on the aesthetic of each line it houses. While Odin caters exclusively to men, the pop-up bounces between men’s and women’s wares, previously displaying frocks by Karen Walker, denim and tees for both sexes by Cheap Monday, and inventive men’s shoes by Common Projects. Check next door if you miss a stint at Den: While the selection won’t be as extensive, many of the formerly featured designers carry over onto the racks of Odin or Pas de Deux.
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