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Orla Kiely's Retro Cuteness Has Officially Crossed the Pond

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Orla Kiely's leaf-print bags and schoolgirl dresses have long been available in New York at stores like Otto and Mint Julep, but now they have a home of their own in Soho. The London-based designer opened her first US flagship a little over two weeks ago on Mercer Street at Howard, in a shopping district that carries the distinction of having been anointed cool by the New York Times just last Thursday. The store carries Kiely's full line of bags, housewares, accessories, and RTW. For a closer look inside (and a great sense of the brand's winsome teacups-and-polka-dots aesthetic), check out this video.
· The Times Takes a Look at How Cool South Soho Is [Racked NY]
· London-Based Orla Kiely Is Moving to Mercer Street Next Month [Racked NY]
· Orla Kiely [Official Site]