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Editor’s Choice: Slogan Tee Selection

Stylesight’s Graphics Team brings you a selection of the most inspirational and directional visuals seen on the web recently. This weekly highlight focuses on slogan tees within popular culture, from iconic statements, social commentary and anything else that will make your head turn.        
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In Buenos Aires and searching for an oasis of tranquility? A place to relax amid lush foliage? Perhaps browse some unique, locally made women's apparel? Look no further than Garza Lobos, a gem of a boutique located in the Palermo Viejo neighborhood.
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London Collections: Men S/S 14 GIFs

Dazed Digital offers their insights on what inspired S/S 14 Men’s London Collections through graphic GIFs of looks laid over corresponding imagery. From Keith Haring illustrations to Corinthian columns, these GIFs tell descriptive narratives in one flashing swoop. Christopher Shannon J.W. Anderson James Long Astrid Andersen Craig Green
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Anna’s New Home-Sweet-Home in NYC

After nearly two decades in its East 3rd Street location in New York City, designer Kathy Kemp's Anna boutique has found a brand new home just a bit further uptown on East 11th Street.
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Saturday’s Second Surf Spot

Saturdays Surf opened it's second New York city location in the West Village. The store embodies the laid-back lifestyle of surfing and the upbeat, fast-paced lifestyle a New Yorker. Originally selling boards and wetsuits, this space now produces its own line of menswear including cult-worthy t-shirts and tanks that can been seen on the likes of women and men alike. Saturday’s ...
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Dolce Vita in NoLIta

New York based brand Dolce Vita has unveiled a new bigger, brighter and sexier store in NoLIta. Noted for its cult-worthy footwear, the company has also garnered a loyal following for its house label of effortlessly cool, contemporary apparel. In addition to the DV and Dolce Vita lines, the store stocks coveted brands that also have "gypset" appeal like Funktional, ...
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A.F. Vandevorst: A Big Concept in a Small Store

An Vandevorst and Filip Arickx are at it again. Inspired by their former AKTION guerilla pop-up shops comes The Smallest Traveling Store in the World.
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Citizen Hip: Jason Denham’s Amsterdam Attractions

Denim veteran Jason Denham gained his experience in the denim market at Joe Casely-Hayford, Pepe jeans, Clinic+ and Blue Blood, before finally launching his eponymous line. With locations in Amsterdam, London and Tokyo, the brand's focus is on premium denim of artisanal quality using Japanese selvage denim and techniques such as inner-waistband tailoring and box-finished buttonholes, not to mention unrivaled
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Growing Up Gucci

Designed by Creative Director Frida Giannini comes Gucci's first American store dedicated to trendy tots.
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Beijing is the New Black

  Luxury fashion now has an official home in Beijing in the form of the Sanlitun Village shopping center.
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Joe Fresh Hits New York

From the aisles at Loblaws in Canada to a Stamford White designed building in the Manhattan, the Canucks swing down to New York with the opening of its first free-standing Joe Fresh store.
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New York: C. Wonderful

Ever wondered what it would be like if Anthropologie and Tory Burch fell in love, got married and had a beautiful baby? When in SoHo, pass through the soon-to-be signature acid green doors of C. Wonder and find out!
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THE ART OF: Industrial design store in Copenhagen

An innovative concept store, the theme-based industrial design boutique THE ART OF is located in the city centre of Copenhagen.
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Harvey Nichols in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is now home to Harvey Nichols' 82, 000 square foot Asia Flagship store at Pacific Place.
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Moncler Warms Up Tokyo

Just in time for the chilly winds of fall, Tokyo’s luxe Aoyama shopping district is now home to the brand-new Moncler flagship store. 
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