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  1. NAVE, the absolute latest in urban renewal. Hauterfly Richard Chai, who's designed for everyone from Marc Jacobs to Armani Exchange to TSE, has partnered with Japanese apparel company Onward Kashimaya to create this hip 1,800-square-foot space. Their goal? To bring top fashion from all over the world in sophisticated and bold revolving collections. Fashionable peeps jonesing for New York flavor, look no further—designers such as Barking Iron, Borne, Rohka, and, of course, Chai himself are sold here. Prices range from $260 to $500 for jackets, $150 to $230 for pants and skirts, and $90 to $190 for shirts. It's a bit steep, but hey—exhibiting the latest in boho chic is worth it. NAVE, 159 Mercer St. (Houston & Prince Sts.), SoHo, 212.274.1255
  2. This sounds really interesting I told my Husband this is right up his alley.

    Thanks for posting.