After closing its Greenwich Village location, this Turkish denim brand makes the move to Brooklyn. The 2,400-square-foot space houses both the men’s ($78–$498) and women’s ($78–$498) collections, hung from scales and surrounded by bottles of dye and dishes of rivets. Dubbed the “denim kitchen,” the interior reflects a chef’s cookery by substituting pots and pans with fabrics and buttons, showing how a pair of jeans comes together. Ladies can indulge their wild side with moto jeans ($108), low-rise skinny cuts ($98) and contrast-denim jackets ($108). Guys will find slim-leg bootcut styles ($98) and relaxed straight-leg fits ($138).