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  • For such a high end store, why why do they have strip flourescent lighting like in a discount store??

  • Frank and Oak also opened this weekend. Lots of good things coming into this area.

  • Holy crap, next time I’m in the market for $400 sneakers and a $200 hoodie, I’ll know where to go.

    • The trick is to wait until there’s a sale on Gilt or Haute Look. A couple of times a year, I’ve been able to pick up some good shirts for about $60-$70 each. Definitely worth the money.

      • +1 to this. Steven Alan itself also has some pretty fantastic sales. I’ve gotten $400 shoes there for less than $100 and they’re MUCH nicer than what I could get for $100 at, say DSW. I rarely buy anything at Steven Alan, but love to stalk their sample sales and their sale racks.

    • Everything about The Shay- from the Marie Antoinette-like figure on their advertising to the ludicrously overpriced brick and mortar stores that have gone in on the ground floor- gives me a serious Gilded Age vibe, and I get creeped out every time I walk by it. Doesn’t look like people have been chomping at those $2200+ studios, either.

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  • Hi there! live around the block. Best addition to this area has been the new Compass Coffee, other than that- Glens is about it. The rest of them are overpriced, useless stores selling $128 Cashmere T’s.

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