— Sun, 6th June 2010 —

Together with Herald Square and Time Square (shiver), Lower Broadway is perhaps the city’s least pleasant shopping districts. Making it all worthwhile is Uniqlo’s 36,000-square-foot, tri-level flagship. Hands down, this clever Japanese retailer is producing the best “fast fashion” on the market, today.   Its +J collection, designed by Jil Sander, is regarded by many as the most successful collaboration ever between the purveyors of high- and low-fashion — if you define success as clothing stripped of its high cost, but not its integrity, with regard to quality or vision.

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