If you go to London these days, take a look at Topshop’s AW 2010 collection! They offer the most important key pieces for AW 2010 like wooden heels, smooth leather shorts and dresses, 90ies inspired shirts and maxi dresses, school bags, leopard patterns, gorgeous draped styles…where should I end…
Gorgeous wooden clogs
Leopard patterns and lace leggins
Nude coloured dreamcatcher earrings
Bird patterns everywhere, I love these owl dresses!
Topshop’s new Make up corner
Cute leather school bags, leopard patterened purses and camel coloured leather
On my way through Soho and after having a great sandwich at “Dean & DeLuca”,
i discovered another interesting store called “What goes around Comes Around”.
The store offers unique vintage pieces and their great vintage inspired clothing line, which shows hints of romantic victorian elements mixed with a cool 80ies punk attitude.
“What goes around comes around” Fall/Winter collection See more!
Cool cat in front of the “What goes around comes around” store…look at his shoes!
Find “What goes around comes around” on google maps.
Another must-see in the Noho area is the Cockpit USA, Inc store on 652 Broadway!
Cockpit USA, Inc (formerly “Avirex”) was one of the first concept stores when it opened in 1986.
I really felt like walking through a museum of aviation when i entered the store, because the interior design is so amazing! Look at these great vintage accessoires and decors!
They sell as well original vintage clothing, authentic aviator leather jackets, PF Flyers sneakers, pilot sunglasses, Tretorn Boots as WESC Jeans and G-Shock contemporary watches. The stuff is outstanding nice, friendly…and cute!
I really fell in love with these great replica aviator caps!
Another of my favourite shops in NYC is the Urban Outfitters shop on 628 Broadway, because i really love their interior style which shows an unique mix of deconstruction and decoration, like vintage flower tapestry on raw wood surfaces.
Urban Outfitters sells a huge selection of flower patterned dresses and shirts, selected vintage clothing, eclectic accessoires and retro interior and home decorations.
The labels differ from the labels they sell in the UK: there were many styles from their label “Kimchi Blue” which had lovely patterns and prints but neither the prices (between $48 and $69 for a simple jersey dress) nor the quality was good. Anyway, i think this Urban Outfitters i worth a visit!
One of the most amazing shops i have ever seen was Anthropologie, NY.
I went to their shop in Soho on 375 West Broadway
This shop is so beautiful! Like a unique wonderland in which you experience pleasures in every corner. Everything was inpired by vintage. They sell beautiful patterned clothes but even nicer home decorations and gifts with beautiful, vintage inspired prints.
Please visit the Anthropologie shop on 375 West Broadway!
Find anthropologie on google maps