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When Dover Street Market opened in New York late last year, they promised us "a new beginning"—also known as a top-to-bottom revamp of the seven-story space—every six to twelve months. And, right on schedule, they reopened today after a weekend closure with a whole new look—and a bunch of new stuff, from designers to exclusives.
New York magazine got the first peek at the redone Murray Hill department store, which now features up-and-coming Brit designer Phoebe English on the ground floor, totally new looks for the Nike and Prada sections, plus the first-ever offerings of Hood by Air.
As for collaborations, they're basically stocking them in bulk now. Expect to find pieces from the latest A.P.C. line with Kanye West, Adidas designs from Raf Simons and Rick Owens, and the Riccardo Tisci—designed sneakers for Nike.
Headed over to DSM anytime soon? Let us know in the comments section what you think of the new look.
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