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On Friday—remarkably right on schedule—Haute Hippie opened the doors to its first New York City boutique on 9 Prince Street. The brand began in a Manhattan apartment, and already has three stores under its belt in Tokyo, Aspen, and Southampton. Now, it has officially returned home, or as Bowery Boogie puts it, Haute Hippie is "officially amongst the ranks of the Lower East Side boutique scene."
The store also houses Haute Hoodie, the company's casual men's and women's offshoot line. From what we can tell from the photo above, it appears that there's plenty of room for both.
· Haute Hippie Opens Its Doors at 9 Prince [Bowery Boogie]
· Haute Hippie Brings Peace, Love, and Flouncy Dresses to Nolita [Racked NY]
· Haute Hippie [Facebook]