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NoLIta: Underground chic

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NoLIta is a neighborhood in the North of Little Italy as its name says. At the East of the Soho this area has turned into a reference for trends in fashion and for having the most luxury and coolest boutiques in New York

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Nolita was many years ago inside the neighborhood Little Italy and full of people from the suburbs specially from Brooklyn. However it changed when in the middle of the 90´s famous people moved to this area. David Bowie or Moby were some of them. Yuppies, restaurants, bars and boutiques occupied Nolita until today.

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Be cool, be trendy, the elegance and the sophistication are the perfect adjetives to describe this area that have no competence in all Manhattan to be at the forefront in fashion, design and luxury. Walking around Nolita you can feel the influence of the East Village: colorful walls, street art and underground locals. The typical houses with the fire stairs in the street are mixed with minimal and chic locals. Have the best image and be the most risky in the place is a competition between the owners of restaurants, bars and boutiques. 

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 “ Underground chic “ is what is Nolita and the best way to discover this neighborhood is go there dressed with these designs. You could find them at www.shop.beinfashionspain.com

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Ecoology, Beatriz Peñalver, Costalamel and Angradema López brands.

 

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