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Den, the 350-square-foot boutique adjacent to Odin at 330 East 11th Street, welcomes their next guest in a series of rotating designers today. Following in the footsteps of Cheap Monday, Rag & Bone, Tim Hamilton and Karen Walker, German-born Robert Geller has filled the petite space with his crisp menswear. The duds are pricey—expect to pay from $135 for a thin tee to more than $600 for a jacket. For those unfamiliar with the man, Geller used to make up half of lauded label Cloak. The strange structure (one tipster described it as "barn-like") that arches over the clothing racks will be up for the length of Geller's residence at the boutique; the whole shebang comes down in June when brand Common Projects moves in.
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