A, C, E at 14th St.
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This contemporary sportswear brand gained a following in Japan before opening its first freestanding store in the U.S. in September 2009, taking a place on the high-end retail strip facing the High Line. The modern, 1,200-square-foot space was designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen (also responsible for the interior of Jean Georges), with bright-white painted brick walls, rich wood displays, and clothing racks hanging from braided metal wires. The back wall is covered by a giant black-and-white portrait by Jonathan Cammisa; the image was also splashed across exclusive tote bags for the store’s opening. The urban-cool apparel is separated into menswear and womenswear, offering a selection of chunky knits, button-down plaid shirts, skinny stretch twill, and versatile blazers for the downtown set.