Estella Picks: Makie

Estella Picks: Makie

June 19, 2013

In our opinion, Soho-based Makie is one of the chicest children’s clothing stores in the city. The shop offers its own line of luxurious pieces for babies, children, and women, as well as items from some of our favorite brands like Album di Famiglia, Wovenplay, LEOCA Paris, and Lucky Fish. Makie designer Yuji Ogata sticks to neutral colors-navy, cream, grey, and pale pink-and focuses on simple, elegant, and well-designed pieces that are made in practical and pure fabrics. There is also a wonderful selection of women’s clothing, accessories, and housewares.

If you ever find yourself in Soho, be sure to stop by!

Makie
109 Thompson Street New York, NY 10012
(212) 625-3930

1. Blue + Gray Check Baby Shirt 2. Nico Overalls 3. Peach Puffsleeve Blouse 4. Gray Baby Hadagi 5. Wovenplay Swimswuit 6. Giraffe T-Shirt 7. Gray Dot Bloomers 8. Sleeveless Dress

 






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