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Like the vibrant neighborhood it has called home since the turn of the millennium, Klurk’s threads push the envelope for the classic jeans-and-T-shirt guy-next-door. The shop’s backlit yellow acrylic panels and retro tile floor hint at Hong Kong-born designer Brian Chik’s penchant for a non-black wardrobe of wearable-yet-futuristic designs; Chick’s body conscious sweaters accented by strategically placed holes and wool pullovers with leather sleeves are some of the trademark styles that made his line a favorite at Barneys and other ultra posh retailers in the early nineties. In addition to Chik’s label, fashion experimentalists will find a handful of raw international lines amid the funky, unpartitioned space. Although the graffiti-adorned motorcycle jackets and complementary array of street couture are the highlight at this men’s outfitter, more conservative shoppers can find office-suitable, impeccably tailored pants and crisp dress shirts—workaday outerwear for the weekend high-fashion hound.
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