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Dunderdon, Sweden's answer to Carhartt, has opened a new NYC flagship at 25 Howard Street in Soho. "Its unpretentious, wearable pieces in muted tones, made from twill, corduroy, and raw selvage denim, are hardy enough to earn its 'workwear' label but presentable enough that you won't look like your plumber. The shop is twice the size of the label's former home on Lafayette, and is down the street from Opening Ceremony and Ted Muehling. This spring, the trio will be joined by a very unworkmanlike neighbor: Jil Sander." [Material Interest]