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Mon-Sat, 11am-8pm; Sun, noon-7pm
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A, C, E at Canal St.
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This 5,500-square-foot, chandelier-hung, glass-staircased Soho store is filled with nothing but women’s shoes. They're made by seven young designers you’ve never heard of plucked from the obscurity of big-name design studios like Alexander McQueen, Versace, Dries van Noten, and Vivienne Westwood by an Israeli mogul named Yaron Kopel. Each designer is supposed to come up with one new style every week—putting Té Casan on roughly the same production schedule as H&M. The prices hover in the $200s plus, all the shoes are limited editions; no more than 74 of each style will be made, which means once they’re sold, there’s no such thing as a reorder.
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