A vintage store in a somewhat unlikely location. You might expect to see this shop on the Lower East Side, with its large, co-ed selection of cowboy shirts and boots, and lots of greataif expensiveaBoHo tops and dresses.
In the former Little Italy, now universally known as Nolita, small, quirky stores struggle to hold their own amid the encroaching chains. Among the oddest is Eleven, a Japanese-run vintage shop with a penchant for mid-century American work wear (worn and faded plaid shirts; bruised denim jackets; dowdy housewife dresses) along with battered old suitcases for hitting the road--all sharing space, surprisingly, with a small selection of postmodern Comme des Garçons accessories. More »