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The outerwear brand K-Way has collaborated with everyone from A.P.C. to Neiman Marcus, but it wasn't until late last month that the brand opened its first stand-alone store in the U.S. Now open at 424 West Broadway in Soho, the shop carries the brand's signature collections, as well the full range of lightweight outerwear, raincoats, unisex pants, and even childrenswear.
The boutique also carries K-Way Klassics, including the men's nylon Claude jacket and the women's Claudette jacket, in solid colors and reversible fabrics that fold into small pouches for easy storage. With the new location, the brand plans to keep the collaborations coming; new products with other designers are on their way, and will be showcased exclusively at the Soho boutique.
· K-Way [Official Site]