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Tiny 350-square-foot East Village boutique Den, whose novel approach to the retail game has them unveiling a store concept with a new designer every few months, has just come out with a Common Projects shop-within-a-shop. The footwear, sold at only a few hip NYC shops like Seven, Nom de Guerre and Barneys, debuted in-store at Den on Saturday and will be available there until the end of the month. If you are a Common Projects fan, a few notes: Den has their hands on the Fall/Winter collection, so you get first dibs on shoes that won't be available elsewhere for at least another month; a pair is going to run you $299 to $459; and lots of styles only have a run of one size, so the selection is extremely limited. (We can confirm that they have the low-top and the mid-top in gray, dark gray, black and white.) For a rundown of other styles, you'll have to drop on in.
· Common Projects [Official Site]
· Now Open: Robert Geller in Residence at Den [Racked]
· This Just In: Karen Walker's Swept Den [Racked]
· RackedWire: Den Now Stocking Rag & Bone And More! [Racked]