American Two Shot Defines Cool With Its '90s-Inspired Lookbook

Cool kids, cool clothes, and seriously rad lookbook inspiration? Check, check, and check. So-hip downtown boutique American Two Shot may be a familiar shopping space and hangout (thanks to the stellar Cafe Integral for all the NY customers in the know, but this store isn't just another Opening Ceremony copycat.
Run by former Theory planner Stephanie Krasnoff and artist Olivia Wolfe, this store is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a bang, or, more specifically, with a lookbook that goes to great length to define the store's unique aesthetic. Inspired by '90s Benetton ads and shot by Cafe Integral owner, Cesar Vega, the photos feature friends of Two Shot, including a varied group of artists (and gals and guys about town) like Tanner Cohen and Sarah Nicole Prickett, as well as some of the seriously killer clothes that Krasnoff and Wolfe stock.
All in all, not only is the concept making us swoon, but the images themselves are definitely going a long way to setting this store apart from the rest — defining it as a brand, as well as a venue, and making it clear that this is a one-stop shop for anything you might need to get in on this downtown aesthetic — from indie Australian labels to one-of-a-kind vintage pieces. Well done, ladies, we can't wait to see what the future has in store (quite literally) for American Two Shot.

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