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By now, you're probably familiar with American Two Shot, the Soho boutique that's home to one-of-a-kind wares (not to mention Café Integral coffee). And sure, you can chill there late nights to hear Dev Hynes perform new Blood Orange tunes, but you can also shop styles from some of our favorite indie NYC designers (Eddie Eddie by Billy Tommy, Tanya Taylor, NOMIA, and Timo Weiland, just to name a few). So really, it's no surprise we're head over heels for their latest lookbook and just launched e-commerce site.
Chock-full of pretty Polaroids by photographer Chuck Dong, Two Shot manages to bring the same great old-meets-new, slightly cheeky, Americana style from the shop to the Internet with their now-shoppable dot com, which is big news for those of you outside the Big Apple. Click through and start your cart full of those seriously jaw-dropping Rachel Antonoff bustiers and skirt sets from anywhere in the U.S. of A.
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