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By Mackenzie Gavel, February 17th, 2011
Now, I don’t know if I’m the only CITYist who’s noticed, though I highly doubt that, but it’s incredibly warm outside! I mean, seriously. Literally everybody in New York City has shed their winter coats and layers and is walking around with smiles on their faces as we embrace this warm weather. I swear I even saw a girl strutting around in a fluttery dress and flip flops. Well, in a few short weeks it will be warming up for good, and Kajal Ruia of Ruia, the SoHo based luxury shoe boutique, is here to help.
By Rebekah Meiser, January 8th, 2011
By Renee Lucas, November 24th, 2010
You won’t find me in a mall or at Macy’s on Black Friday. The crowds, the hassle, and the mayhem is not what shopping is all about for me. I almost always stick to boutiques and smaller shops in Soho, so I just might be tempted to check out the new Converse store at 560 Broadway at its grand opening on Friday, Nov. 26.
By Renee Lucas, November 5th, 2010
By Laura Peach, June 1st, 2010
Design collective JNBY, a dozen Chinese women with a well-established business in Asia and Russia, takes on the stateside market today with the opening of its first American retail outpost. A butter-cream yellow storefront on Greene Street, the shop has standard Soho retail elements: brick walls, empty space and garments individually bungee-corded and hung by hooks (though watch for the helicopter-inspired dressing room slated to land in the store next month).