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The brothers behind Billykirk threw open the doors to their Orchard Street shop last night—where the line's Amish-made leather goods mingle with ceramic planters, Faribault Woolen Mill blankets, and limited-edition prints.
Although the brand has been around for 15 years, this is the first time shoppers can browse the entire lineup at once (previously, Billykirk was only available online and in select stores). And, as further motivation to book it to the Lower East Side rather than order your new carryall from Billykirk's website, they've set up an in-store monogramming station.
· Billykirk [Official Site]