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Monday, December 12, 2011

Outside All Saint's, on 13th Street

All Saints, NYC
Photo by myself at 13th and Washington Streets in the Meatpacking District.

The facade of the All Saint's clothing store is a neat one, with row upon row of old Singer Featherweight sewing machines.

The machines are the facade; there is no glass. Not sure what they do in mid-winter (!).The old-fashioned aesthetic of the store is ironic, since the clothing is hip and rock star-ish.

For a peek at the All Saint's website, click here.

Related posts: Shopping Til Dropping, on Canal Street, Living in Style, in Williamsburg, and 3-D Billboard, Fifth Avenue.

7 comments:

Seitenstraße said...

I remember me passing this once. Nice picture!

s.c said...

The same trick they do with all their shops but it is nice to see such a collection. Thanks for showing Kitty.

Olivier said...

belle collection , tres graphique et un musée ouvert

LittleRobinBird said...

Oh, this is a beautiful shot!

RedPat said...

Love it!

Washington Cesar Takeuchi said...

Very creative!

Paul @ Leeds Daily Photo said...

There I was thinking that it was just their store here in Leeds. They must have spent some time finding all these old sewing machines.