Sabit NYC Japanese-Style Streetwear Brand Opening on Clinton Street

Posted on: August 11th, 2014 at 6:00 am by
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In the year since Legacy Garment Care relocated from 43 Clinton Street, its old digs remained a vacancy. However, those dormant days are now over. A new poster in the window tells us that a newcomer is on the way. A boutique called Sabit NYC.

Sabit NYC is a ten-year-old fashion brand that specializes in Japanese-style streetwear. The name translates to roughly a “song hook”; that is to say a product that acts as attention grabber. This store serves as a flagship for the company, and will offer tops, bottoms, and accessories. Its head designer, Shoichi Amemiya, has created clothing worn by the likes of A-list hip-hoppers like 50 Cent, Ludacris, and P Diddy.

Let’s see how well they compete with Faded Royalty just down the block.

Sabit has yet to post an opening date.

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