This edgy boutique in Chelsea will soon become a favorite with urban, handmade, and eco-friendly clothes - you'll definitely keep coming back to check out the large selection of "wearable art."
Such interesting pieces can be found as an origami-structured suits or basic knitwear with unexpected details. Lingo has pieces that allow anyone to show a little personality edge without standing too far out in the crowd. With brands such as Prairie Underground (great organic sweat shirts), Butter dresses, Nature vs. Nurture, Kelly Lane, and Filly, you are sure to find something quirky and unique. The owner Shin Yee Man knows how to choose clothes that are accessible enough for everyone, but have a one-of-a-kind, handmade quality that makes them more personal. A favorite is Cinderloop's grey draped tunic with uncommon red string that tucks and pulls to create a unique shape ($148). Most dresses range from $100-$180 and tops from $30-$100. Some collections are by local designers and organic and handmade pieces can easily be found.
The accessories are just as unique as the clothes, with purses, belts, hats, wallets, clutches, earrings, rings, bracelets, and necklaces found throughout the store. Eccentric bright jewelry are made of beads, feathers, string, precious stones, and silver and range from $20-$150, with the most unique rings made from Horn and Seed Pod for $20-$90. The one-of-a-kind custom leather belts have intricate buckles and are worn in beautifully ($100-$150).