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Welcome back to What's In Store, a Racked feature where we fill you in on what's in stock at the city's best stores right this second.
- L'America jersey, $139
- Mambo t-shirt, $40
- Sunday Somewhere Matahari Psychedelic sunglasses, $240
- Fascinator hat, $40
- Ksubi jeans, $260
- Zanrobe leather pants, $600
- Volley shoes in ACDC's preferred colorway, $40
- Urban Boulder x Space NYC Rock 'n' Roll Opal pin, $85
- Urban Boulder Little Gem Opal ring, $250
- Tasmanian Scarf Co., $75 each
- Mara and Mine, $350 each (skeleton foot available in men's sizes for $450)
- Driza-Bone coat, $350
- Akubra Hats x Bec & Bridge Bianca Adventurer Hat, $250
- Meander boot, $260
- Insight Mega Hetch Kool G Khaki Jacket, $118
- The Academy Brand jacket, $180
- Insted We Smile Walking Flamingo Pant, $110
- Zanerobe shorts
- One Teaspoon shorts, $100
- L'America dress, $119
- Volley high tops, $45
- Sweater, $123
Pete Maiden couldn't help but favor bands from his homeland of Australia during his time as a music editor at Rolling Stone. His patriotic pride lead to founding billabout.com, aimed at letting Aussies in America know what fellow countrymen (and women) were up to in the States. When fashion brands started reaching out, Nolita boutique B_Space was born.
Located on Mulberry Street, the storefront was previously home to Australian denim brand Ksubi, and is situated right next to Aussie-owned restaurant Ruby's. Inside, the shop stocks strictly Australian brands, including One Teaspoon, Zanerobe, and the Tasmanian Scarf Co. The store does its own line, too, but on the Aussie season—a selection of fall sweatshirts were done in springy pastels with a warm weather window display to match. After the jump, have a look at the down under gear populating the shop.