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265 Lafayette St., New York, NY, 10012
nr. Prince St.
By tonyemasters on 1/14/2011
funny was actual working one day when i stopped in and picked up some fresh shirts from this store... yea the lady in the store has this funny type look but i can understand it nyc so hey.. but once i talked with her. she became kool and just fun.. i have to say i have been going back for about 3 years now and if something seems expensive talk to her. one thing i do like about this store.. its not an H&M and all those other spots where when you buy something every one else has it.. any how thats just my 2cents... check out the store.....
Great Selection, Dishonest Owner
By kaciang on 9/8/2009
I recently bought an Okuta handbag from owner Cella at Nypull. Cella told me that all the items in store are a collab between her and the designer, exclusive to her store, and that the bag I bought was one of a kind. Not true. I recognized a Knox bag. I recognized Jeffrey Campbell shoes. It wasnÃ‚Â’t until I left that I realized how this contradicted CellaÃ‚Â’s story. And it turns out my bag which was "by a brand new designer" who was "so new she doesn't even have a website yet" is in fact on Okuta's site (http://www.okutabags.com/). Prices aren't listed on their site, so I'm not sure if I overpaid, but I am extremely disappointed in Cella's service. On top of that, I realized after I left the store that the bag had been bleached by the sun after sitting in the window display. The bag is surely beautiful and of great quality, but I don't appreciate being hussled. Though the store selection is expansive, the owner is dishonest. I donÃ‚Â’t recommend this store to anybody who treasures their hard-earned dollar or their dignity.
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