Best indie shops: Chinatown

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  • Project 234

  • Project No. 8

  • Project No. 8

  • Project No. 8

  • Downtown Music Gallery

  • Downtown Music Gallery

Project 234

Project 234
Kim Phan's follow-up to her West Village boutique features rainbow racks of funky-chic pieces, hailing from bygone days and contemporary indie designers alike. With a stock based on Phan's whims and travels, Project 234 proves to be ever-changing, yet infallibly cool and versatile. 234 Mulberry St between Prince and Spring Sts (212-334-6431)

Project No. 8
To minimize its fashion footprint, this eco-savvy boutique conducted a sun study before it opened its doors, boasting energy-saving elements such as concrete-radiant floors and waste-wood beams (consisting of extraneous splinters). Its trendy lineup of clothing and accessories includes we're-big-in-Europe designers Bless (from France and Germany) and Stephan Schneider (from Belgium). 138 Division St between Ludlow and Orchard Sts (212-925-5599, projectno8.com)

Downtown Music Gallery
Scour the racks of CDs, LPs and DVDs. This place has just about every title you can think of, plus those you can't—like guitarist Marc Ducret's ditties off his new LP, Le Sens De La Marche. 13 Monroe St between Catherine and Market Sts (212-473-0043, downtownmusicgallery.com)

 

 

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