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Street Hunter: R29 Takes On Thomas Sires, Leaves Victorious

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    If you've ever visited Thomas Sires' shiny, happy Nolita storefront, you understand why we couldn't resist ambushing it for our next Street Hunter feature. From clean, mod decor to racks of covetable duds to an adorable section of kids' and novelty items, it has all the makings of a shopper's paradise.

    Want proof? Owners (and Loeffler Randall alums) Fiona Thomas and Allison Sires— get it? Thomas? Sires? — were lovely enough to show us around the store and give us the inside scoop on their most sought-after products. From a gorgeous, striped fleece sweatshirt to the season's prettiest prints to a wooden hamburger set (you'll get it when you see it), our favorite Thomas Sires stunners are right here for the taking. Click through to check 'em out, along with our insider story. Beware: An adorable shop dog awaits.

    In the mood to shop? Skip straight to our Thomas Sires boutique!

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