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Prepare to drop anywhere from $6 for a statue of Hindu deity Ganesh to $2,000 for antique furniture imported from London; you can hit mid-range price points, too, with Sphatika bath and body products, and ready-to-wear clothing and home decor from all corners of the world at Swing in Harlem. This inviting boutique is designed to feel like the fictional home of owner and world traveler Helena Greene—which will become even more apparent when you sit down in the communal area to enjoy a complimentary cup of French tea.
This minimalist Japanese sneaker boutique houses an extensive collection of kicks ($50–$400)—including Adidas, Puma and Atmos’s exclusive collaborations with Nike and New Balance—all of which are displayed in backlit mahogany cubbies. The sneakerhead haven also dabbles in streetwear like T-shirts, jackets and jeans from Stussy, Black Scale and Atmos’s own signature line. Accessories such as G-Shock watches and Amongst Friends baseball caps will keep you looking fresh from head to toe.
Okay, we know its self interest but we have original Harlem gear from Harlem World Magazine at HW Shop. HW Shop has Books, Music, Photographs, Movies, Clothing, Posters & Prints Classical Music, DVD, Collectibles and more for viewers to choose from. Tip: In addition to home gear they may great gifts for the holidays, birthdays and/or anniversary.
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