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Ask Shop Clerk Archive

September 25, 2006
Adrienne Wong

We do custom paper, home accessories, and portraiture—all from scratch.

September 18, 2006
Gabrielle Auerbach

I’ve seen people peering in the windows hours before we open at noon.

August 28, 2006
Logan Lin

"We make garments from scratch. The designers buy old fabric, study the weave, and make the denim with vintage shuttle looms."

August 21, 2006
Anya Nordeen

"The quintessential girl that comes in here is petite and tan and has boobs that point up to the sky."

August 14, 2006
Alberto Bruchi

"They are very sturdy. There are people who drive their Vespas around the world."

August 7, 2006
Dimitri Gatanas

"Less is always more. A busy garden is like somebody screaming into my ear."

July 17, 2006
Claudia Strasser

"It’s about being able to sit at a vanity and spend three hours on your hair and then put a birdcage in it."

June 19, 2006
Mari Kussman

My favorite customer wanted a scent inspired by Miss Havisham in Great Expectations— the one with the rotting feast in her living room.

June 12, 2006
Dom Smith

"My last sale was to a 70-year-old who tried on twenty T-shirts and bought seven."

June 5, 2006
Lucy O’Sullivan

"Everything is curated without being overthought. Her clothing is incredibly transformative and sexy."

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