Meg Cohen Design Shop

Meg Cohen Design Shop

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59 Thompson St., New York, NY 10012

Vibrant and youthful, this small SoHo shop sells colorful knitted garments from eponymous designer Meg Cohen, as well as an eclectic variety of handpicked vintage accessories and home furnishings. After earning a following with her double-fringed cashmere scarves sold at various New York stores, Cohen opened her own namesake shop in a white-walled space formerly occupied by Kate Spade. Displayed in carefully designed vignettes, the inventory ranges from scarves and ski hats to striped angora blankets and fingerless gloves (perfect for smart phone users). Vintage items may include cufflinks, piggy banks, and old-fashioned telephones.

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